Do's and Don'ts of Taking Care of Trio Wedding Ring Sets
DO: Maintain and clean your rings.
Take your wedding jewelry to a professional jeweler to be cleaned and inspected (for example, having settings tightened or any damages repaired) once or twice a year. In between visits, use a commercial jewelry cleaner and a soft brush to remove dirt and dust. Our Ring Cleaning Kit is a great way to keep your rings shining inbetween jeweler visits.
DON'T: Use harsh chemicals while wearing your rings.
Chlorine, bleach, and other harsh chemicals can damage or discolor the diamonds and gold in your wedding jewelry. Remove your trio wedding ring sets before cleaning with chemicals or taking a dip in a chlorinated pool or hot tub.
DO: Take off your trio rings when you shower.
Soap can build up on gold jewelry over time, leaving a thin film on the surface. Take off your wedding and engagement rings when you shower to cut down on how often you have to clean them.
DON'T: Handle your rings harshly.
Your diamond rings are made of resilient materials, but that doesn’t mean you should put them through unnecessary wear and tear. Take off your rings before doing any work – such as auto repair, woodworking, or even dishwashing – where you may accidentally knock them against hard objects.
DO: Find a safe place to store rings.
When you do take off your rings to work, clean, or exercise, you’ll want to have a safe location where you can stash them – without fear of losing or damaging them. Find a secure box or safe where you can leave them until you put them back on. Another great option is a Ring Bandit - a stylish, functional accessory that has a hidden pocket to secure your rings in while you work.
Photo: Ring Bandit Accessory
DO: Insure your rings.
Your trio rings are a long-term investment that you want to protect. Have your rings appraised, and create an insurance policy for each of them. The small yearly fee will be well worth your peace of mind. My Trio Rings also offers Extend Protection plans to protect your jewelry from accidental damagen and normal wear and tear.