How do I restore the shine/luster in my white gold wedding band?

February 26, 2010 by admin  
Filed under Mens White Gold Rings

laichar asked:


I am a male, and the ring has no stones. I would like to bring the shine back to the day I got married. Is this possible? If so, what is the most effective and cost efficient way to do this?

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5 Responses to “How do I restore the shine/luster in my white gold wedding band?”
  1. Dog Supplies

    try alittle carnuba was like for cars. make sure there are no abrasives that could scratch. it would be like a finishing wax. a paste wax is fine I personally like liquid wax. use your fingers to apply it, rubbing the surface…don’t forget the inside, let dry to a light haze then using a microfiber towel, wipe it clean till the wax is gone.I use it all the time in my rings. and it doesn’t hurt it at all. Carnuba is natural.

  2. Video Games says:

    Tungsten Rings

    As strange as it may sound I use tooth paste on all my rings watches etc.. it works very well.

  3. Handmade Rings

    MY WEDDING BAND ISNT WHITE GOLD, BUT I USE TOOTHPASTE AND A SOFT TOOTH BRUSH. IT BRINGS BACK SOME OF THE SHINE. TRY IT AND SEE. I THINK IT WORKS GREAT.

  4. Dog Supplies says:

    Sterling Silver Boxes

    Over time the ‘rodium’ wears off. That is what gives the white gold its silver color. White gold is not actually white, is a light yellowish color and the rodium brightens that up. I would say any jewelry store can re-dip the ring in rodium and bring it back to brand new. I do this about every yr to yr and a half.

  5. Mens Rings

    I use Tarn X for all my jewelry. It works really well.

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