Can you soak it in something to fix it
There is nothing you can soak your ring in to keep it from turning your finger green. You can try a clear varnish and try using deodorant on the finger you wear the ring on. Have your ring electroplated too. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-you-soak-it-in-something-to-fix-it ]
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- Can you soak it in something to fix it
- There is nothing you can soak your ring in to keep it from turning your finger green. You can try a clear varnish and try using deodorant on the finger you wear the ring on. Have your ring electroplated too.
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