How To Care For A Tungsten Ring

Tungsten rings have become more popular over the years. not just for individual persons, but many actually get them as wedding bands! Although traditionally, wedding rings are usually made of gold (or platinum), nowadays, more and more people are turning to them as a symbol for their eternal love. 

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What makes tungsten rings special and why are they so popular? 

They are affordable

Well, for starters, they are actually cheaper compared to the traditional choices for wedding rings. It is perfect for those who are on a budget but would still want a ring that they can be proud of. But even if they are cheaper, they are still very beautiful and classy to look at. They are especially popular for those who are looking for a more modern, sleek design. Also, unlike other metals, they will not cause an allergic reaction to its wearers. 

This type of ring does not tarnish or fade

Usually for cheap rings, after a few years, they will not look good as new. Their color becomes different and the luster will fade. The same cannot be said for tungsten rings. They will still look beautiful even after a long time. They will also not rust, unlike other cheap rings, even when you store them for a long time. 

There is a wide range of designs

You might think that a tungsten ring will have very limited designs, but that is not true at all! It does have a natural color that leans toward a gunmetal gray shade. If you are not a fan of that color, worry not. Tungsten rings can actually be plated so that you can have a lot of designs to choose from! There are even ring designs that feature wood plating so you can have a very unique design if you wish to. 

Are there downsides to a tungsten ring?

Of course, there is no perfect material for a wedding ring. Even tungsten rings have their downsides. One is that they can no longer be resized. Doing so will only damage the metal so you can try to look for a supplier that can offer a lifetime sizing policy just in case your ring will not fit you anymore. 

And although tungsten rings are very low-maintenance compared to others, you will still need to know how to take care of your rings. Here are some practical tips you can follow to ensure that your rings will be with you for a long time. 

  1. Clean it occasionally – Although it is the most scratch-resistant metal known to man, tungsten rings will still need to be cleaned. But you will need to be very careful in what products you will use to clean your jewelry. You don’t need to use chemicals to clean your rings. Chemicals like chlorine and the like can damage the material because they are natural elements. A simple solution of warm water and soap can do the trick. 
  2. Make sure that you don’t drop it – One of the biggest downsides of a tungsten ring is also one of its benefits. How can that be? Tungsten is scratch-resistant, and it is very durable and hard, unlike gold, which is malleable. While this will ensure that the material is durable, be wary as this does not mean that it is not indestructible. f you drop it from a height or you apply too much pressure to it, it can break. Be sure to care for it and if you do take it off for any reason, it is important to keep it in a place where it will not fall. 
  3. Store it in the proper place – While most people wear their wedding rings all the time, there may be times when you will want to wear another piece of jewelry. In the event that you have to take off your tungsten ring, make sure to put it inside its jewelry case or inside some cloth. Also, please do not store your tungsten rings with your diamond jewelry. Although we have pointed out that they are very scratch-resistant, they can be scratched by diamonds, so just ensure that it stays in its own case so that you can enjoy its beauty for many years. 

Now that you know the advantages of tungsten rings and how to take care of them, you just need to find a reputable jeweler you can buy them from. The best ones will be able to give you your money’s worth, offering an array of designs and even a lifetime policy. 

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