THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO CARING
FOR YOUR RE-IMAGINED BAND
Congratulations on your new ring! Whether you’re rocking a wood, damascus, tungsten, titanium, carbon fiber, dinosaur bone, antler or meteorite ring, we know you want to keep it looking shiny and new for as long as possible. That’s why we’ve put together this guide to help you properly clean, store, and maintain your ring so it can last a lifetime.

First and foremost, it’s important to avoid harsh chemicals that could damage your ring, regardless of its material. Instead, use warm water and mild dish soap to clean your ring. For tougher jobs, a soft-bristled toothbrush can gently scrub away dirt and imperfections. Be sure to dry your ring thoroughly after cleaning.

Here are some specific care tips for different materials:

Tungsten:

Tungsten is weighty and durable, making it a winner in our book. You can clean it and wear it without fear of scratching, tarnishing, oxidizing, rusting, or fading. Just be careful with harsh chemicals, as they can irreversibly damage the finish. Also, avoid dropping it on hard-surface floors like tile because it’s brittle.

Titanium:

Titanium is one of the strongest non-alloy metals in the world and is corrosion- and tarnish-resistant, which means you don’t have to be quite as careful with it around water. Give it a mini-spritz of cleanser to shine it up on occasion and to illuminate any intricate detailing.

Carbon Fiber:

Our carbon fiber bands are made from luxury Aerospace Grade Carbon Fiber, which is extremely durable and waterproof. Clean it with mild soap and a soft cloth, and apply jewelry polish wipe if it ever dulls.

Damascus Steel:

Damascus stainless steel is corrosion-resistant, sturdy, and have high hardness. To remove dirt and grime from your matte surface Damascus ring, wet it slightly and clean it gently with a scrub pad and liquid soap. For polished surface Damascus rings, use toothpaste to restore their shine.

Wood:

Our wooden bands are sealed with a durable resin, but they can still be affected by too much exposure to water. Avoid submerging them in water and lifting heavy metal items or anything else that could scratch them. Also, stay away from harsh chemicals that can break the sealant.

Dinosaur Bone/Antler:

Our dino bone and antler bands are sealed with a special jewelry resin, but they can still expand and ruin your ring if exposed to too much water. Avoid soaking and heavy lifting.

Meteorite:

Our meteorite bands are finished with a strong, heavy-duty sealer to protect them from the damages of day-to-day life, but oxidation is a possibility due to their iron composition. Scrub them with a little baking soda to prevent rust and oxidation, and stay away from harsh chemicals like chlorine, bleach, or salt.

Lastly, if your band is made of multiple materials, treat it as if it were made of the most fragile or sensitive material to avoid any damages. We hope this guide helps you keep your band looking shiny and new for years to come!

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO CARING FOR YOUR RE-IMAGINED BAND

Congratulations on your new ring! Whether you’re rocking a wood, damascus, tungsten, titanium, carbon fiber, dinosaur bone, antler or meteorite ring, we know you want to keep it looking shiny and new for as long as possible. That’s why we’ve put together this guide to help you properly clean, store, and maintain your ring so it can last a lifetime.

First and foremost, it’s important to avoid harsh chemicals that could damage your ring, regardless of its material. Instead, use warm water and mild dish soap to clean your ring. For tougher jobs, a soft-bristled toothbrush can gently scrub away dirt and imperfections. Be sure to dry your ring thoroughly after cleaning.

Here are some specific care tips for different materials:

Tungsten

Tungsten is weighty and durable, making it a winner in our book. You can clean it and wear it without fear of scratching, tarnishing, oxidizing, rusting, or fading. Just be careful with harsh chemicals, as they can irreversibly damage the finish. Also, avoid dropping it on hard-surface floors like tile because it’s brittle.

Titanium

Titanium is one of the strongest non-alloy metals in the world and is corrosion- and tarnish-resistant, which means you don’t have to be quite as careful with it around water. Give it a mini-spritz of cleanser to shine it up on occasion and to illuminate any intricate detailing.

Damascus Steel

Damascus stainless steel is corrosion-resistant, sturdy, and have high hardness. To remove dirt and grime from your matte surface Damascus ring, wet it slightly and clean it gently with a scrub pad and liquid soap. For polished surface Damascus rings, use toothpaste to restore their shine.

Carbon Fiber

Our carbon fiber bands are made from luxury Aerospace Grade Carbon Fiber, which is extremely durable and waterproof. Clean it with mild soap and a soft cloth, and apply jewelry polish wipe if it ever dulls.

Wood

Our wooden bands are sealed with a durable resin, but they can still be affected by too much exposure to water. Avoid submerging them in water and lifting heavy metal items or anything else that could scratch them. Also, stay away from harsh chemicals that can break the sealant.

Dinosaur Bone/Antler

Our dino bone and antler bands are sealed with a special jewelry resin, but they can still expand and ruin your ring if exposed to too much water. Avoid soaking and heavy lifting.

Meteorite

Our meteorite bands are finished with a strong, heavy-duty sealer to protect them from the damages of day-to-day life, but oxidation is a possibility due to their iron composition. Scrub them with a little baking soda to prevent rust and oxidation, and stay away from harsh chemicals like chlorine, bleach, or salt.

Lastly, if your band is made of multiple materials, treat it as if it were made of the most fragile or sensitive material to avoid any damages. We hope this guide helps you keep your band looking shiny and new for years to come!

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