CARING FOR YOUR RING
Our Antler style rings are made from natural and organic materials and should be treated with special care. They are water resistant as they are sealed with a resin although water can still cause damage. When at all possible, we suggest doing the following things to ensure long lasting quality.
- Keep out of direct sunlight
- Keep out of extreme heat or cold for any long periods of time
- Remove when using strong chemicals and other abrasive substances (including hand sanitizer – Thanks 2020!)
- Remove when partaking in any water activities where you will be submerging your hand in water such as: bathing, swimming, or dishwashing (that is right don’t do the dishes – your welcome!)
- Remove when doing anything that may cause damage including physical labor or heavy lifting
Wood rings are made from natural materials and will require some special attention to keep your ring in good shape. Normal handwashing is totally fine but please don’t submerge your ring in water.
These rings are made to last through all your rugged activities and are hypoallergenic. A little soap and water is all they need. Titanium ranks high on the Mohs scale and is harder and more durable than precious metals like gold, but it's still substantially softer than tungsten. Titanium is far less scratch-resistant but will not crack however and is far less brittle than tungsten carbide rings.
SUPER tough and are hypoallergenic! If you find yourself in a situation of sorts a Tungsten ring can be cut in an emergency. Otherwise, regular hand washing with soap and water keeps these rings sanitized but try to stay away from harsh chemicals, so they don’t lose their luster.
These rings love a good handwashing with mild soap and water. As with all stainless steel, harsh chemicals, chlorine, and deep-sea fishing (salt water) are NOT friends so keep them apart if possible.
Wash with mild soap and water. Gold will scratch with wear although you can always take it to a jeweler to be buffed out if it bothers you.
A good handwashing here and there keeps these in good shape. One highlight though, Black Zirconium is a two-toned metal, so over time you may see some silver shine through. Everyone loves a silver fox anyways!