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How to Clean Stainless Steel Rings

There are many reasons to love stainless jewelry: it’s durable, affordable and resistant to tarnish. Aside from that, it also looks as impressive as titanium and other more expensive metals.

However, a lot of jewelry owners worry that their stainless steel rings or necklaces will start to look dull with frequent use. Although this may be an issue for those want to keep their wholesale fashion jewelry bright and sparkling, there are some ways to bring back the beauty of your rings with the help of simple household items.

Ways to Clean Stainless Steel Ring

1.    Dish washing soap and warm water

Get a dish of warm water, a mild dish washing liquid and a lint-free cloth and take out all your stainless steel jewelry that you want to clean. Put a few drops of liquid soap on warm water and dip the cloth on it then wipe off the surface of your jewelry. Follow the grain of the steel to avoid scratching your rings.

After you’re done, get another dish of warm water and dip you jewelry on it to rinse. Make sure there’s no bubble or soap residue left before wiping it off with clean and dry cloth.

2.    Use mild toothpaste and soft toothbrush

Some stainless steel rings come in an intricate details and designs that may be hard to clean. In this situation, you can use mild toothpaste and soft brush to reach all the grooves and crannies of your jewelry. Remember to brush lightly to avoid scratching your jewelry and avoid using toothpaste that contains silica. After washing, make sure to dry off your jewelry to avoid water spots.

3.    Purchase stainless steel cleaners

If you’re a little hesitant about using the common home remedies to clean your wholesale jewelry, you can always choose to buy a stainless steel cleaner. It’s usually available in jewelry stores and in online shopping sites. Ask your jeweler about ideal cleaning solution or any tip to keep your jewelry in great condition.

Remember to take extra caution when applying these home remedies. If unsure, try to clean a small part of your jewelry first to see the effect it has on your ring, before applying it on the rest of the surface. You can also use a stainless steel ring that you’re not using frequently before cleaning your entire collection.

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