Wood Ring Care

WOOD & CARBON FIBER RING MAINTENANCE

Natural wood rings require more care than a typical metallic or carbon fiber ring. Each wood ring we make is built on a solid carbon fiber foundation which offers greater strength than an all wood ring. This not only helps prolong the life of the ring but adds a unique visual element too.

Try to avoid activities that might compromise the finish and structural integrity of the wood. For example: exposure to chemicals, washing or drying the ring, extended submersion in water and rough treatment. We recommend removing your wood ring before any heavy lifting, yard work, moving furniture etc.

Our wood rings are made with a hardened epoxy so they can withstand the occasional shower and hand wash; however, we recommend avoiding those things as water can seep in and destroy the ring from the inside through micro cracks. We offer free refinishes on wood ring for up to 6 weeks after purchase. Depending on the severity of the blemish or fade refinishing rings can be done at home as well. Use beeswax for light blemishes and color fades. For more severe blemishes, advice, more questions, or to schedule a refinish please contact us here.

This is where classic style meets incredible strength. 

 

We prefer to build our wood rings with a carbon fiber liner or shell for exponentially greater strength and longevity. 

As for continued care of our "solid wood" rings, we suggest you limit water exposure. We also understand however that is wildly impossible to do this all the time and so we further recommend you oil your ring every so often based upon its appearance though technically this should not be necessary as the infusion process mentioned above all but seals off most of the wood grains pores. It is important to note that although these rings are far greater in our opinion than bentwood made rings, they are still made of natural wood which is not known to be the most durable of natural materials. Luckily however it is one of the most beautiful and we feel we do a pretty damn good job of capturing that.

 

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