Wedding bands cloud up over time, giving away their sheen to growing grime, water spots and more. Aside from wearing them less, which many couples will want to avoid, the solution to this is give them a regular spot clean. People can opt for a professional clean if they want, but there are DIY methods to reclaim a shiny wedding ring.
How to clean wedding rings at home
Cleaning a wedding ring can cost £10 or more, depending on the jeweller.
They charge for the cost of using their tools and time and provide the best results.
There are several ways people can reach a similar quality of cleaning at home, however.
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People with extra money who find their rings get dirty constantly can use the ultrasonic method.
Ultrasonic cleaners use sound waves to extract grime from objects without abrasive contact.
These cleaners cost between £40 and £70, and the resulting sheen will rival most jewellers.