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We want your purchase to last a lifetime! Even though we use high quality materials, proper care can go a long way in ensuring your purchase lasts as long as possible. Please refer to the care guides below to learn more about the do's and don'ts for the various materials we use.


Tungsten / Tungsten Carbide

Although tungsten is known to be one of the strongest metals on earth, it isn't indestructible. Even though it's rare, tungsten can crack or even break if dropped on hard surfaces. 

Harsh chemicals (even cleaning chemicals) can cause spotting on the surface. Alcohol hand sanitizers, lotions, and dirt may start to build up, making it appear darker. Never expose tungsten to bleach, ammonia, chlorine, etc. Don't use abrasive materials on tungsten.

Instead, clean with a soft cloth or soft bristle brush using only a mild dish soap and warm water.


Lether is a strong, durable, and flexible material derived from animal hides. Unfortunately, it can still warp, crack, dry out, fade, and become stained.

Keep leather out of direct sunlight to prevent drying out, cracking, and fading. If leather becomes submerged in water or gets too wet, don't expose it to any heat source in an attempt to dry it out. This can cause leather to dry out too quickly, leading to potential warping, shrinkage, and cracking. Try to keep it away from moisture as much as possible. Avoid over-filling leather products to prevent stretching and cracking. 

To clean and care for leather, regularly wipe with a damp cloth and let it dry naturally. If you choose to apply leather polish or conditioner, be sure to test it in a small area first. We recommend doing this on a corner and waiting 24 hours for best results. Any polish/conditioner is likely to alter the color of your leather, even if it is very slight. If you like the look, you can finish it off. You'll likely only need to reapply the polish/conditioner every 6-12 months.

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PU Leather (Vegan)

100% PU leather is completely artificial and is considered more sustainable because it requires fewer materials to make and doesn't require animal hides (although the plastics used aren't the most eco-friendly). PU doesn't absorb water or dry out like genuine leather. However, it can easily wear over time, crack, puncture, or tear. PU typically won't last as long as genuine leather. 

Caring for PU leather is quite simple. Wipe with a damp cloth to remove any debris. Avoid using any abrasive or harsh chemicals. You can dry PU leather with a gentle cloth. If desired, you can apply leather conditioner to help maintain and restore its color. 

Wood / Whiskey Barrel

The various types of wood used all require the same care and maintenance.

Avoid soaking your wood products as much as possible. A little water from washing your hands or being out in the rain isn't a big deal, but don't expose these items to excessive amounts of moisture. You should take off your wooden watch/ring before taking a shower or going swimming. 

When it comes to temperature, try to avoid exposing these items to temperature extremes. Wood likes to expand in hot temperatures and shrink in very cold temperatures, so don't leave these items on the dash of your car in the summer or out in below freezing temperatures in the winter.

Wood likes to absorb oils, so the coloring may change over time. This is completely normal as it absorbs oils from your skin and develops its own rich patina. 

If your watch/ring needs a cleaning, try wiping it with a soft dry cloth. If it needs a little more TLC, you can use a damp cloth. Just remember not to overly wet, soak, or submerge!

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Damascus Steel

Damascus steel is truly a beautiful work of art and amazing craftsmanship. It's sturdy, durable, corrosion resistant, and very easy to take care of. Damascus steel can rust, but that only happens when not properly taken care of.

To remove any dirt or debris, just use a mild dish soap and warm water. A soft bristle toothbrush is perfect for getting in those little cracks and crevices. When exposed to salt water, always clean your ring as soon as possible with soap and water. If the Damascus steel has a matte surface, you can use a scrub pad to help restore its shine. Finishing it off with a polishing cloth will restore even more luster. 

Titanium / Anodized Titanium

Titanium is excellent at resisting corrosion and tarnishing. However, it does require proper care from time to time. 

Typically, gently scrubbing with a mild soap and water mixture will do the trick. If more aggressive cleaning is needed, ammonia and ultrasonic cleaners work well. 

Anodized titanium should only be subjected to gentle cleaning methods. Don't expose it to too harsh of chemicals, as this can damage the colored surface. You can still use ammonia if needed, but soaking in a mixture of mild soap and warm water is recommended. We don't recommend scrubbing anodized titanium. There's a possibility it could damage the colored surface.


Solid Antler

Deer naturally shed their antlers once per year. We do not remove deer antlers or cause any harm to these majestic creatures. 

With that being said, solid antler rings to require special care since they are an organic material. Don't expose antler to high heat, extreme cold, or sunlight for prolonged periods of time. Exposure to harsh chemicals, sanitizers, and abrasive surfaces can damage the material. These rings should be removed when washing your hands, washing dishes, showering, swimming, or any other times it may be exposed to a lot of water. Don't wear your ring when lifting weights or at times when it may be damaged during physical labor. 

When solid antler needs a cleaning, we recommend using a soft cloth to wipe it down. If that doesn't work, use a damp cloth. Just be sure to dry it completely afterwards.


Some people tend to think that ceramic is "fragile." However, ceramic (titanium carbide), is actually harder and less brittle than tungsten and more resistant to impact than stainless steel. It is scratch-resistant and heat-resistant.

Avoid harsh chemicals and salt water, as these can affect its luster. Clean ceramic with a mix of mild soap and water. A toothbrush or cotton cloth can be used to scrub off any grime. Polishing compound can then be applied with a non-abrasive cloth if you want to give it some extra shine.



Gold is a relatively soft metal that can be damaged or scratched fairly easily. Try to avoid impacts and abrasive surfaces as much as possible. Harsh chemicals can potentially discolor, tarnish, or damage the gold. Don't wear your gold jewelry in swimming pool or hot tubs, as chlorine can cause discoloration. When you're getting ready, put on your jewelry last. Lotions, makeup, etc. can build-up on the jewelry and dull the surface. Try not to wear your gold jewelry when bathing to prevent soap scum build-up.

If you need to refresh the look of your gold jewelry, stick to cleaning with mild soap and water. Use a non-abrasive cloth to avoid scratching the surface. If your jewelry has minor scratches or you can't get rid of the dull appearance, visit your local jeweler for a buffing/polish. 

Black Zirconium

Zirconium is very durable, corrosion, and heat resistant. The black layer on zirconium will not fade, tarnish, or change color. On top of this, it's incredibly resistant to chemicals. However, on the rare occasion, the black layer can still be scratched.

To clean black zirconium, we recommend first starting with a mix of mild soap and water. If additional cleaning is needed, jewelry cleaner can be used.



Meteorite is one of our favorite materials to use in jewelry due to their beauty and rarity. Owning a piece of jewelry containing materials that came from outer space is very special and unique.


Some of our rings contain a meteorite shaving inlay that is then covered in a protective coating. For those rings, not as much care is needed. Clean with a mild soap and water mixture.

If your ring contains a large, solid piece of exposed meteorite, this will require special care. Meteorite can contain various metals, however, the primary metal found in meteorite is iron. Try not to bash your ring on any hard or abrasive surfaces. Avoid getting your ring wet. Do not expose your ring to salt water or harsh chemicals, as this can quickly damage meteorite or cause it to rust. If your ring begins to rust, apply a thin layer of WD-40 and scrub with a soft-bristled toothbrush. Clean off the surface with a soft cloth and leave a thin layer of WD-40 on the surface overnight. Apply a thin layer of jewelry wax or lubricating oil (like gun oil) to help protect the surface and repel moisture. These steps can be repeated if necessary. 

Some of these meteorites have lasted for billions of years! Proper care and maintenance can go a long way in ensuring it lasts even longer. 

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel won't tarnish or corrode, but it can be scratched. Try to avoid wearing your ring when participating in activities that may scratch the surface. Avoid harsh chemicals such as bleach and chlorine. 

To clean stainless steel, use a mix of warm soapy water and a soft cloth. If more cleaning is needed, make a paste out of baking soda and water. Use a soft bristled toothbrush to scrub the surface clean. Make sure to dry your jewelry immediately after to avoid developing water spots. 

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925 Sterling Silver

925 sterling silver (92.5% silver) is in high demand. It has the properties of pure silver but is more durable and affordable. Although durable, beautiful, and versatile, pure silver, including 925 sterling silver, is prone to tarnishing and corrosion. The purer the silver, the more careful you need to be.


Avoid harsh chemicals, keep it DRY, and absolutely avoid sulfur.  Don't wear your jewelry while swimming, cooking with foods that contain sulfur, while applying hair spray, makeup, or lotions. Hot springs are very relaxing and revitalizing, but don't wear your jewelry when entering one unless you're a big fan of science experiments and turning your silver black. Silver naturally interacts with oxygen and pollutants in the air (such as hydrogen sulfide and sulfuric gasses), so it will begin to tarnish over time.

Cleaning your silver even when it doesn't appear dirty is key to maintaining its appearance and preventing visible tarnish. Use a high-quality silver polish and non-abrasive lint free cloth. Wipe in the direction of the grain and do not use circular motions. If more cleaning is needed, you can make a paste out of baking soda and water. Follow the same steps mentioned earlier. Soaking it for 2-3 hours in a mix of 1/2 cup of vinegar and 2 tablespoons of baking soda is also a safe way to clean your silver. Whichever method you choose, be sure to dry and polish it afterwards.

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