(Closed) Cleaning moissanite

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
686 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

i never take my rings off, yes i do all my cleaning , bathing, etc. With them on and i just use Connoisseurs jewelry cleaner, the precious one. I clean my rings like 2-4 times a week. But i am crazy about them getting dirty lol. Have had my rings for years with no problems, as a matter of fact just the other day a lady complemented them and said they looked brand new. I told her they weren’t i just clean them A LOT! 🙂

Post # 3
2371 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: County courthouse

I take off my rings to do chores and cooking. I haven’t cleaned my rings in awhile. But I usually clean them once a week. I use dish soap and a toothbrush. Does the job kickass!

Post # 4
719 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2014

I don’t have a moissanite but I take my ring off for everything. The way the diamond is set means it’s fairly exposed on all sides and I don’t want to risk damaging it. To clean it I use diamond sparkle once a week and it works great.

Post # 5
534 posts
Busy bee

I’m glad you love your rings! I tend to whack my ring on things a lot because I’m just plain clumsy, so I do what I can to baby my jewelry. I take off my rings to clean, do dishes, garden, shower, etc. When I get my new engagement ring, I am contemplating taking it off to sleep, but that’s just me. 

I currently have a diamond ring set in sterling silver so I clean it with plain old Windex and a soft toothbrush and it sparkles up wonderfully. Since sterling silver tends to turn black after awhile, I bathe my ring in a saltwater bath mixed with torn up pieces of aluminum foil that acts as a magnet and pulls off the black tarnish after a good half hour soak. Looks like new (minus the dings…)!

Post # 6
851 posts
Busy bee

I sleep with mine on, but any time it could come in contact with a weird residue (shower, cleaning) I take it off.

I don’t have a set clenaing schedule, I just do it when I look down and think it could use a little cleaning. Most time it’s because the setting gets dirty (diamond band) than the actual moissy. I heat up a mug full of water for 2 minutes, throw an extremely unscientific amount of Windex in there, and then drop my ring in to soak. When the water becomes comfortable to put my hand into (but still warm) I fish my ring out and scrub with a soft toothbrush before dunking it back in the windex water. 

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