Post # 1
I got my ring in Feb and have only taken it off for work (I work in healthcare) and am starting to think that it might need to get cleaned. Anybody know a good jeweler who will clean the ring for free or a small cost? My ring didn’t come with a plan that does that.
Post # 3
Most jewlers don’t charge for cleaning. I’m sure the place where you bought it will clean it for you!
If not, you can clean it at home by soaking it in windex and using a soft brush to scrub in the crevices 🙂
Post # 4
The jewelery store you bought it from should do a quick clean for free regardless if you have a plan or not.
Post # 5
I am sure any chain jeweler will do it for you. I take it to mine all the time, and they never ask or even really look at the ring. It’s automatic for them, I think. They clean my wedding band too and I got it elsewhere.
Post # 6
You should be able to get it cleaned at any jewelry store. Sometimes I’ll just pop into a jewelry chain in the mall and ask them to clean it and it’s free
Post # 7
I went to Zales to get an idea of what type of band I wanted, and they offered to clean it for free. You might want to give them a try.
Post # 8
- Wedding: July 2012 - The Gables Inn, Santa Rosa, CA
Go ring shopping! Seriously, FI and I went to 6 jewelers last weekend and 5 of them offered to clean my ering while we were looking.
Post # 9
@alwaysmsh: take it back to where it was purchased!!! They will be more then happy to clean it 🙂
Post # 10
Most jewelry stores will clean your ring for free. It means that you’ll be looking around their store while you wait, so it makes good business sense for them as you may purchase something while you’re waiting.
Post # 11
@pixiefatale: Yup … That’s what sales people are trained to do