Cleaning and serving your ring

Cleaning and Serving Your Ring

Javda Jewelry offers free cleaning and prong setting inspection for a purchased ring from us. Please contact us for this free service. We recommend doing this at least once a year.

It’s completely natural for your diamond engagement ring to acquire buildup over the course of ordinary wear. Dust, dirt, harsh chemicals, and perspiration expose your ring on a daily basis, causing this to happen. To keep your engagement ring at home clean and shiny when it looks dull.

Javda Jewelry recommend having your wedding ring professionally cleaned and inspected every 6 months. If you have dropped or struck your ring and it has undergone trauma, you should also service it.

Even if your ring appears unharmed, a professional may be able to detect underlying issues. Inspections secure prongs, which prevent the loss of diamond or gemstone if the ring is accidentally damaged. Javda Jewelry provides this service to our clients free of charge.

When cleaning your engagement ring, avoid using paper towels as they can be abrasive and may scratch the metal or gemstones. Instead, use a soft, lint-free cloth to dry and polish your ring.

If your Diamond Ring doesn't look as shiny as before, you can either hire a professional cleaner or clean it yourself. It's a simple and effective solution.

Required Items

A diamond ring, warm water, ammonia, three containers, protective gloves, dish soap, an old soft-bristled toothbrush, and facial tissues.

1. Soak the Ring

To clean the ring, soak it in a mixture of warm running water and ammonia for 20 to 40 minutes. This will help remove dirt and grime.

2. Rinse the Ring in Soapy Water

Put on gloves, move the ring from ammonia to warm water with drop of soap. Stir the ring in the container.

3. Clean the Ring

With the toothbrush, softly clean the ring, ensuring the bristles reach the crevices between the diamond and its mount.

4. Rinse the Ring Again

After cleaning the ring with the toothbrush, it's important to rinse off any remaining soap residue. Place the ring under warm running water and let it rinse for a few seconds. Make sure to remove all traces of soap to avoid any potential damage to the diamond or its setting.

5. Dry the Ring Gently

Once the ring is thoroughly rinsed, it's time to dry it. Take a facial tissue and gently pat the ring dry. Avoid using any rough or abrasive materials that could scratch the diamond or its metal. Be patient and take your time to ensure the ring is completely dry before moving on to the next step.

6. Inspect the Ring

Now that the ring is clean and dry, take a moment to inspect it. Look for any remaining dirt or grime that may have been missed during the cleaning process. If you see tough stains or spots, you can clean again or take the ring to a jeweler for professional cleaning.

7. Store the Ring Properly

After cleaning and inspecting the ring, it's important to store it properly to maintain its beauty and shine. Find a soft, clean cloth or a jewelry box lined with a soft fabric to store the ring. This will help protect it from dust, scratches, and other potential damage.

Remember, regular cleaning and maintenance are essential to keep your diamond ring looking its best. By following these simple steps, you can ensure that your ring remains sparkling and beautiful for years to come.

For appointments or ring cleaning and inspection, call us
at 1(800)618-0057. Javda Jewelry offers professional services.

Professional Cleaning

Sometimes you may need to take your diamond jewelry to Javda Fine Jewelry for professional cleaning. This cleaning method removes tough dirt and grime that regular cleaning can't. Javda Jewelry uses ultrasonic or steam household cleaners for this type of cleaning.

Javda Jewelry will also be able to quickly assess whether or not your diamond is still secure in its mount. Javda Jewelry offers this service for $0000, including shipping. You have nothing to lose by bringing it to us.

The ultrasonic jewelry cleaner detergent bath cleans a diamond ring at home using ultra-high sound frequencies.

Steam-cleaning removes any remaining dirt.

Electro-cleaning is the final cleaning step.


USA & CA -1(800) 618-0057
UK - 0800-158-8052
AUS - 1800-195-871