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Summer Sport Safety: The Dangers of Your Wedding Ring

Before you lace up those hiking boots, set the boat in the water, or start your summer softball league, you may want to think twice about keeping your gold wedding ring on your finger. Read more

Top 3 (Realistic) New Year’s Resolutions for Couples

With a simple flip of the calendar from December to January, we get the sudden urge to make some changes in our lives. New year, new you, right? It’s always a good idea to make resolutions to improve yourself and your well-being, although sticking with these changes is not always easy.  So, this year, we have a couple pro tips for you:  Make your resolutions realistic, yet challenging. And most importantly, don’t make these goals by yourself. Having a cheerleader in your corner can make all the difference.  So, why not make your new year’s resolutions with your significant other?... Read more


100% U.S.A. Made: A Commitment We Stand By

SafeRingz started with a vision to make a quality product for the hard-working, every day American.  As a family of firefighters, landscapers, cowboys, and warehouse managers, we saw first-hand the need for a wedding ring that would allow folks to show their commitment without risking their safety.  That’s why we created a silicone ring that can withstand a hard day’s work.  And at the same time, our rings are meant to stretch if caught in a sticky situation - meaning the rings break so your fingers don’t. To ensure SafeRingz remains the best and toughest silicone rings on the market,... Read more


3 Wedding Ring Rash Home Remedies

You’ve uncovered an unsightly and uncomfortable red ring on your skin under and around your wedding ring.  Cue frantically searching online for the “why” and the “how” to get rid of it. Luckily, you came to the right place.

 

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3 Reasons Why Rubber Wedding Bands are Perfect For Electricians

As a blue-collar worker, you understand wedding rings can pose a threat to your safety on the job.  This is especially true for electricians. Metal rings are conductive and increase your risk of injury or electrocution.  So what do you do when you want to show your commitment without risking your finger or possibly life?  The answer is found in another material: rubber, or more specifically, the synthetic version of this resource, silicone.  Here are three solid reasons why rubber or silicone wedding bands are the perfect fit for electricians, and why SafeRingz should be your company of choice.

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