Wedding ring rash peroxide and vinegar.
If little bubbles start forming on your ring that is a sign of a living or organic matter (bacteria).
It's usually caused by a reaction to nickel in the ring or a buildup of debris.
My wedding ring is 18k gold also and i occasionally get a rash under the ring.
I developed a rash around my platinum eternity band and took your readers' advice and soaked the rings overnight in 2 parts vinegar to one part peroxide and then boiled the rings (i did the same for my 18k yellow gold wedding bands also)for 15 minutes.
I have a temporary set to wear while pregnant.
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I used less vinegar & hydrogen peroxide, but kept the same proportions.
Windex and hydrogen peroxide solution.
Use at your own risk.
Having your ring cleaned professionally is best, but this “cleaning recipe” works great when you want to clean a diamond ring at home!
I have recently noticed an itchy red rash under my wedding rings and i heard that if you boil them in 2 parts vinegar and 1 part peroxide it will help.
One home remedy suggested on various web sites—boiling the jewelry in vinegar and peroxide—may remove nickel salts from the surface, as might cleaning the ring with jewelry cleaner.
Let soak for at least 15 minutes.
I just take it off for a while and give it time to clear up, then put it back on.
Boil water and add in a mixture of peroxide and vinegar or any of the two liquids.
I used chopsticks to form an x & tied my ring on with dental floss to dangle it in the boiling water.
This simple, soothing cream works.
To prevent future ring rash keep the area under your ring nice and dry.
I have looked online and found that a solution of peroxide and white vinegar thoroughly cleans bacteria from a ring, which is usually the cause of the rash.
Wedding ring rash is a fairly common skin rash that occurs under the band of a ring.