Revealing how she used the eco-friendly cleaning system Koh, Laura writes: ‘I clean my wedding rings weekly in dishwashing detergent and a bubby tooth brush ... but I thought this time I would try Koh...
‘Oh my gosh I was shocked ... this is 12 hours of soaking not even a light scrubbing.’
Sharing a photo, you can see all the dirt and grit left behind by Laura’s rings. Unbelievable!
Writes Al: ‘Oh MY GOOOOOOOSH?! I thought I’d try this and THIS ACTUALLY WORKS!! Do it and you will feel like 🤮🤮 like me. Wish I took a before but here are a few pics - I only soaked for 10 mins but then I put my silver jewellery in a small jar and lightly shook it. THE LIQUID CHANGED COLOUR 🤮🤮🤮
‘I didn’t shake my diamond ring around but I’m still shocked at how much crap came out of that BECAUSE IT WAS JUST AT THE JEWELLERS GETTING CLEANED THE OTHER DAY!!! 🙄🙄.
‘Sorry for the caps - I’m just so crazy amazed at this😳😳’
While some followers were nervous about the chemicals damaging their rings, others were more relaxed.
‘I soak mine in Koh all the time and it doesn't effect it at all,’ said one. Added another: ‘If it's a diamond should be ok. Other stones you may have to be careful of.’
Said one more: ‘I’m SO giving this a go.’