Wedding Ring Smells Like Onions

By Kim •  Updated: 10/14/21 •  3 min read

A wedding ring that smells like onions can be embarrassing for other people because the smell can be strong and other people might smell it.

A wedding ring smells like onions is one of the most unpleasant situations that could occur to any bride or groom. This is due to the fact that most people have never heard of this happening before and do not know how to get rid of it. In addition, the smell may be so bad that it even makes them feel nauseous and gives them headaches.

There are many things that you can do to get rid of this odor from your wedding ring, but you will need a few basic things in order to do so.

How To Remove The Onion Smell From Your Wedding Ring

Why do wedding rings smell like onions?

Wedding rings have been made out of gold for a long time and the gold will start to wear down over time. This is what causes the smell of onions in your wedding ring. It will be hard to tell if your ring has gone bad and is starting to smell like onions because it will just smell like an old wedding ring.

You can go online and see if you can find any jewelry stores that sell wedding rings that are not made out of gold or silver. This is probably the best way to get a new wedding ring without having to worry about smelling like onions. If you’re still  struggling with your wedding ring that still has the smell of an onion,  follow the steps above.

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Right off we have to say that Kim loves weddings! Kim is a writer and editor who focuses on various aspects of how to make your wedding both unique and special. She loves dogs and is the pet parent of a Miniature Schnauzer named Finley. Together, Kim and her dog enjoy hiking across the countryside of the Sangre de Cristo range in New Mexico. She especially loves the area around Red River, which is referred to as the Enchanted Circle. When she’s home, Kim is excited to try redecorating her home, binge watching Netflix (Romcoms, of course), baking, and spending time with friends.