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Save your fingers with silicone rings.

These rings, unlike gold, platinum and other metals are non-conducting and if pulled hard enough will tear apart. After about a year of daily construction gold bands can look like crap as they can become scratched and gouged by a thousand of small encounters. That only increased the other problem with metal wedding bands the fact that they can scratch finish materials-especially paint, polyurethane, glass and polished surfaces. The electrical hazards of a metal wedding band should be obvious from the article here in Road and Track. Some people remove their wedding band every time they go to work, but do that five times a week, 50 weeks a year and you’re almost guaranteed to lose it. Qalo makes medical-grade silicone rings that are good for more than just looking shiny. They’re non-conductive and non-porus, which means they’ll stand up to just about anything you can throw at them.

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