3 thoughts on “Can we wear golden rings on my hand for long -term contact with gasoline, diesel, motor oil, etc.?”

  1. If your ring is pure gold, then you don't have to worry about it will be corroded, because the chemical properties of gold are very stable or difficult to react with other material, so don't worry about it. However, gold is not a very corrosive chemical agent that will not be corroded, which can corrode gold, such as a liquid commonly known as "king water" with hydrochloric acid and nitric acid as the raw material, which can corrode gold. Therefore, do not come into contact with corrosive liquids, and things like gasoline, diesel, and oil are indifferent.
    If the ring is corroded, it means that it is not pure gold.

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