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  • I personally don't like to take my rings off, but I bought a ring protector (I got mine online at www.ringwrapper.com) for when I'm cleaning and working out to protect my ring from the chemicals and from getting scratched. It works great!

    • Cynthia
    • 06 December 2012
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  • I recently had a customer come to me with a warped, damaged 9ct white gold engagement ring that she thought had been miss sold to her husband by a high street store. The ring was fully hallmarked and certainly gold, but on appearance it was heavily tarnished and very badly misshapen. It almost looked like it had started to melt. The cause.. Bleach. She had been cleaning in her ring and over time the chemical eroded the metal and badly damaged the ring. It was fortunately repairable, but at a cost. Always take your rings off when using chemicals!.. you'd be surprised at what damage they can do.

    • Rachel Helen Designs
    • 20 December 2012
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