ring cleaner recs?

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
Member
8604 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

I clean mine about once every two weeks or so..I bought a ultrasonic cleaner from Target for $40 it works great!..before I bought it I would put warm water in a glass with dawn dish liquid with a small amount of windex and let it soak about an hour then scrub it with a jewelry cleaning brush or childrens toothbrush then drop it back in for a few minutes then rise..works great too!

Post # 3
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687 posts
Busy bee

I soak mine in warm water with a bit of hand soap for 10 min or so.  Then gently scrub with a soft toothbrush.  Shines it right up!  I clean mine this way 1-2 times a week.

Post # 4
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726 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

I do hot water and dawn soap daily! I’m obsessed though! some how I get my ring so dirty. I never skip my hot water/dawn cleaning more then a day. And it always looks like new  

Every 2 months I take it for a steam cleaning at my Jewelers.   

Post # 5
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1883 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

catpeaches:  I just asked this question myself a couple of weeks ago, and the most recommended cleaner was the Connoisseurs Diamond Dazzle Stik. It’s a pen sized stick with a brush on one side that has the cleanser come up through it when you twist the other side of the stick. I really like it a lot…works a bit better than many of the other household methods I’ve tried (dawn, toothbrush, windex, etc.). One of the bees even recommended keeping the dazzle stik in the shower and doing a quick wipedown of the ring at the end of the shower which I thought was a neat time-efficient way to keep an ering clean. 

Post # 6
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533 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

I use Connoisseurs Precious cleaner with a baby toothbrush, soak a few minutes, scrub, rinse, repeat, and walla!  I probably clean it every other day or so – it has been a year and I’m still obsessed!  I did not get an ultra sonic cleaner because I have a pave setting and read too many reports of losing stones.

Post # 7
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489 posts
Helper bee

Dawn, warm water, soft toothbrush. 

 

Rinse, repeat

Post # 8
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2220 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 1987

Dip ring in Johnson’s baby oil.

Rinse ring in water.

Dip ring in high quality dish soap such as Fairy washing up liquid. 

Rinse ring in water.

Quick squirt of Windex (Windolene).

Rinse ring in water.

Place ring on finger to air dry.

Advantage of this method: no harsh chemicals, no scrubbing, no vibrating and no soaking.  Oh, and it’s both inexpensive and quick.

Don’t forget to put the plug in the sink.

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