It's actually not that hard!
All it takes is a few minutes of your time. The first step is to always take off your rings before washing your hands, which many people already do.
The second step is to use some antibacterial hand gel on the ring after putting it back on (or just before). This will help reduce any bacteria and viruses from spreading onto the surface of the ring.
The last thing you can do for extra protection is wipe down any surfaces that come into contact with a person's hands and fingers - this would include jewellery holders or jewelry boxes.
If I'm Washing Your Hands, Why Do I Have To Take My Rings Off?
While washing your hands in a public washroom, you might have noticed that a sign at the sink says "Wash Your Hands" and it usually includes an illustration of someone with rings on their fingers. If you're wondering why this is important or how...