I only ever take my rings off to have a shower. I hate rings being too tight so I'm paranoid they'll slip off when my hands are soapy and go down the drain! I wear them to bed, mine is a high setting and I scratch DH sometimes, but I tell him that's his fault for getting me such a nice ring haha
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07-10-2014 15:18 #31
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07-10-2014 15:23 #32
My engagement ring is kept in the box it come in and I wear it sometimes when I want to be 'blingy' otherwise it's my more conservative band When I did get engaged though-it never come off unless it was being cleaned
07-10-2014 15:24 #33
I never take mine off. I'd lose it for sure! I never take off my watch or bracelets either.
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07-10-2014 15:29 #34
Congratulations on your engagement! I don't wear my rings to bed as I'd probably scratch my face or something. I leave mine on my computer desk along with my watch and glasses.
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07-10-2014 15:33 #35Senior Member
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I have to take mine off sometimes because of dermatitis so I use a hook I placed on the ensuite mirror. It's high enough that the kids don't reach it and it reminds me to put it back on in the morning
07-10-2014 15:58 #36
My engagement ring lives in the safe. I only wear every once in a while so I feel a much more comfortable if I know it's locked up. My wedding ring and other jewellery that I wear comes off every night. I have a jewellery box on my dresser that I put them into.
07-10-2014 17:15 #37
Congratulations! I'm recently engaged too! In the week or so I've had it, my ring comes off every night before a shower and goes into the ring box on my bedside table.
I put it back on when I've had my morning shower.
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07-11-2014 07:18 #40Senior Member
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@BatmansMama I found it does help - less exposure for the skin to the ring plus it stops soap/detergent getting under there and causing more irritation. I use gloves when washing up and now use a soap-free hand wash which helps too. I also get the rhodium plating (for white gold) re-done every 6-12 months which helps heaps.
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