Jewelry Do's and Don'ts

Congrats on receiving your new Modern Gents jewelry! As with all fine jewelry, it is important to be aware of some good practices that will help keep it sparkling and looking its best during everyday wear. Luckily for you, we've put together this guide to help you properly care and clean your jewelry so that it keeps it's luster and shine for years to come!



Jewelry Cleaning Instructions and Wedding Ring Care

Want to clean your jewelry? It’s super simple.

We recommend using warm water and mild dish soap. When cleaning our fine jewelry, avoid using really hot water or a cleaner that is filled with harsh chemicals. Make sure to rub gently with a damp cloth or a soft-bristled toothbrush if your ring requires extra cleaning. 

  • Mix a half teaspoon of mild dish soap with a cup of lukewarm water in a bowl. 
  • Let your jewelry sit in the bowl for 3-5 minutes. 
  • Remove the jewelry from the bowl and rinse with fresh water. 
  • Use a soft (non-chemical) microfiber soft cloth to dry and polish your jewelry.

When it comes to fine jewelry, you want to keep it looking its best for years to come. To avoid damage from everyday wear and tear, be sure to inspect your ring on a daily basis and take it off whenever you feel is appropriate. Generally speaking, a good soak once a week is an excellent way to get rid of any dirt and preserve the quality and luster of your metal. After a quick soak, be sure to dry off your ring with a soft towel to keep its shine and sparkle. If you have any questions about our wedding and engagement ring care instructions, feel free to contact us 😎



If you've followed our cleaning instructions and you're still not satisfied, maybe its time to get your jewelry serviced! As with all fine jewelry, overtime it may wear and lose its luster. We recommend servicing your jewelry as needed to help bring back its sparkle and shine. If you're interested in having your piece serviced or even resized under our Lifetime Warranty, please visit our guarantee page for more information on how to get that process started.