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Restoring White Gold Coloring





2003

I cleaned my two-tone 14ct gold engagement ring with a gold/diamond cleaner containing ammonia. I accidentally left it in the solution for too long and now the white gold has a yellow tinge in some places. How can this be fixed? Is it harder to re-treat the white gold band since there is yellow gold on the shoulders of the diamond?

Barbara Telck
- Chicago, IL, United States



2003

A good jeweler should be able to polish your rings to look nice again.

Neil Bell
Red Sky Plating
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Albuquerque, New Mexico
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