Removing your engagement ring when you have a stunning ring on your left hand does seem a little strange. But keep in mind that your engagement ring is a valuable piece of jewelry. Even though it is made to last, there are instances when you’ll want to take it off to avoid any damage. If you do not really take adequate care of your diamond, whether it’s a natural or lab-grown diamond, it might be harmed.
In this article, we will take a look at some of the best situations where you should take off your engagement rings.
When You Go to Bed
It’s a good idea to take off your ring before going to bed. This will keep your ring from becoming entangled in your clothes, hair, or anything else that could dislodge the diamond or cause it to get stuck in the setting. Your band may grow deformed over time under the extreme pressure of your body upon the hand. This is especially the case if your ring is set in a prong, cathedral, or another setting with small metal components that can quickly become jammed.
When You Go To The Gym
Excessive movement can cause unintended scratches or dents, not to forget the accumulation of sweat, salt, grime, and oils, which can need a second visit to the jeweler. Twisting and turning your jewelry can potentially cause it to break, resulting in an even worse problem: losing your beautiful engagement ring. If you want to secure your engagement ring, leave the ring at home.
When You Are In The Kitchen
Food detritus, particularly grease and flour, can become trapped in the complexities of your ring. This will not only degrade the luster of your jewelry but will also cause long-term damage to the stone. Heat and kitchen equipment can be dangerous, so place your ring somewhere secure before you start cooking.
When You Put Your Makeup
Lotions and make-up can leave an unsightly build-up on your diamond ring, making it appear dull. Remove your engagement ring and any jewelry to maintain the radiance while you improve your skincare routine.
When you Go For A Swim
Your favorite diamond jewelry will be harmed by saltwater and chlorine. The metal and diamond could be scratched by salt or sand. Also, under water, your body reacts differently, causing your fingers to shrink and your engagement ring to loosen. By not wearing your ring to the beach or pool, you’ll avoid endangering your diamond.