I don't know about you, but I've never been one to wear much jewelry. It's not that I don't like it, but I guess I'm just a bit of a plain jane. Actually I'd love to be a bit more fru fru and such. One piece of jewelry that I do always wear is my wedding ring. I lub lub lub my ring. I never remove it--not to shower, not to do dishes, not to change Jr.'s poopy diaper, not at the beach.
The one exception when I do take it off is when I'm putting on lotion. I hate getting that nasty gunk in my ring and ruining it's pretty little luster. When I first got it it was so super duper shinny, and wherever I went it would reflect little beams of light. Agggghhhhhhh. Gag. Anywho. If you're like me I'm sure you love your rings too (assuming you have one). And if you don't have one hopefully you'll have some sort of jewelry you love at some point.
I wish my ring would stay as beautiful as it was when I first bought it, but you know how it is. Who has money to take their ring to the jewelers when you've got to buy diapers and coffee and cheddar cheese and make sure your Direct TV gets paid. I don't!!! If you are anything like me you also need an easy solution that won't cost an arm and leg to get your precious baubles gleaming again. The answer????
Polident Denture Cleaner.
Yes, I'm not kidding. It's actually been recommended by professionals. Click here to see where I found out about it. I've yet to try it, but I will be doing so soon. I want my bling blinging again!