Regular Cleaning and Inspection by Your Jeweler
To keep your diamond as beautiful as the day you received it, and to keep your Lifetime Warranty valid, your ring must be inspected and professionally cleaned at least once every six months. This inspection must also be verified in writing on the warranty form. Morgan Jewelers and any Love Story® Jeweler will do this at no charge. In addition to these required inspections, please feel welcome to bring your ring in at any time for professional cleaning and inspection. Be sure to bring your official certificate with you when you have your diamond cleaned and inspected.
You can also maintain your diamond's maximum brilliance between professional cleanings with our specially formulated Love Story® Jewelry Cleaner, available at all Morgan Jewelers locations.
1. Dip your ring in the cleaning solution.
2. Brush the diamond with a soft, clean brush.
3. Wipe with soft towel.
Follow these few easy tips and your diamond will remain as beautiful as the day you bought it, for years to come.
One of the most damaging behaviors inflicted on jewelry is to sleep with it on. Prongs snag, chains break, and diamonds dislodge overnight as the wearer is less aware of surroundings.
Another common mistake is to shower and wash your hands with your jewelry on. The acids in shampoos, soaps and lotions will harm your stones and setting. Soap scum and residue from lotions and other products will also dull the brilliance of your diamond. White gold settings are particularly at risk, as exposure to these chemicals will expedite the need for rhodium plating, wherein a fresh layer of rhodium metal is added to restore luster. Our philosophy at Morgan Jewelers is that jewelry should be the last thing you put on in the morning, and the first thing you remove at night.
Sports and Activity
Physical activity also poses harm to both you and your jewelry. Sports equipment, including weights and fitness machines, can snag earrings, bend rings or damage the chain of a pendant.
Similar to the risks of showering, household chemicals can also damage stones and settings. Be cautious and aware of your jewelry while performing household tasks, particularly those involving rotors, electric appliances and harsh chemicals.