Post # 1
Quick question just curious if theres a point in which your ring has gone past the re dipping point? I swear I read something on here where a lady waited too long to re dip her ring and they couldn’t do it? Could be wrong but just curious.. mine is a nice light yellow but I dont want to re dip it yet!
Post # 3
I have never heard of that! Actually I didn’t know about re-dipping for years, but re-dipped my white gold ring and it worked out just fine.
Post # 4
@carlypaige: Not at all, you can get your ring redipped whenever you want, doesnt matter how long you go between visits 🙂
Post # 5
i’ve had my rings for years and i’ve never had them redipped. they look the same as when i got them.
Post # 6
While it is called “redipping”, the ring isn’t actually dipped into anything but a solution. Electroplating is more accurate-ish. They suspend your ring on a postively charged copper wire and negatively charge the solution. Then the magic happens! The rhodium will be attracted to your ring and will clamp on tight.
There is no limit to when you can or can’t redip your ring. There are no factors that would prevent the rhodium from plating onto your ring.