How to Maintain Custom Sterling Silver Rings

There are many ways sterling silver ring can be damaged. However, the most common are dropped rings, exposure to water and color vanish. If your ring is well maintained and well cared, it should last a lifetime.

Custom made sterling silver rings is most popular in the current world, lots of people using silver ring as permanent Jewelry, there is lots of online silver ring seller to fill-up the needs of jewelry item, but as it is being most popular, people are trying to make these ring as their choice. You can customize your silver rings at online or you can make it by yourself at home, you must need some accessories to make custom ring. After making the silver ring, you need take proper care of it, such washing, cleaning and re-melting by liquid silver.

For washing, Sterling silver can be thrown in the dishwasher or hand washed in warm, soapy water. Dry the ring and store it in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. If you have more questions about Sterling silver and the various ways you can wear and use it, ask your local experts at the top jewelry brands including ASDA, Marks & Spencer, Claire's and WH Smith and take a look at their helpful, silver jewelry care information page.

A wedding band or engagement ring should always be on your hand, even if you're not wearing it all the time. Also, silver is a great metal for men or women because it does not reflect the sun and is less sensitive to the heat. For more information on silver rings, you can check some YouTube video.

There are many techniques for making your customize silver ring brighter by silvering it. One way is to put a sheet of silver on the ring, then apply a liquid silver polish. This is known as drying it silvering. This works best on rings that are generally a different colour, such as an antique or vintage ring, as it helps to keep the colour intact. If you're not quite sure whether it's a different colour or not, apply a little polish to the ring, wait a few minutes, and if you still see the silver you've been dabbing at rub away, then the ring might be silvering. Dry the ring in a low heat oven, or in a glass of hot water for a few minutes. If you'd rather use liquid silver, you can do so by mixing equal amounts of liquid silver polish and water, and pouring the mixture onto your ring.