Your new engagement ring is beautiful and sparkly – you’ll never take it off. However it will need a little tlc but it’s nothing some fairy liquid can’t deal with!

Here are 5 tips to help you look after you ring and help it look as good as it did the first day you received it.

Four claw diamond engagement ring with diamond set shoulders.

First things first make sure you get it insured, your ring is important to you and to have it insured properly ensures you will never be without a ring for long. Household insurance could be a good first port of call, there are also specialist companies that can insure you too. Ask in store for details.


Keep it on your finger. Especially whilst you are out taking it off to wash your hands or to apply hand cream could be a disaster, forgetting to put it back on could mean losing it forever. You can always clean your ring when you get back home.



Keep it clean at home yourself by placing your ring in hot water from the kettle add a little fairy liquid let the water cool and gently brush your ring with a small soft toothbrush and repeat if necessary to remove all residue. The diamond will be as good as new!


Designate a special place at home for your ring when you do have to take it off a safe, or jewellery box is a good idea just so when you look down at your finger and your ring is not there you know the only other place it would be.


Make friends with your Jeweller! Have your ring checked at least once a year to make sure all of the settings are secure, and the finger size is still correct. At Arlington we offer this service complementary with our rings, we professionally clean the diamonds and metal too to make look as good as new.


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