Finding a Diamond you Lost

While the mind usually kicks into overdrive to help with finding what you lost, knowing the best approach is half the battle.



Looking for Fluorescence

A majority of diamonds have something called fluorescence, whereby they give off a colored light when exposed to UV rays. You need the room to be dark if you want to find your diamond this way, so turn off the lights first.

Using Hands and Feet

Diamonds have one thing going for them: they are sharp. Feeling around with your hands and feet may be all it takes to locate your beloved diamond ring, especially if it is stuck somewhere in the carpet.

Not Assuming That it Bounced like a Ball

Because of their shapes, diamonds do not bounce or roll in the directions you would normally assume for everyday items. This makes it sensible to stop and think of the least likely places and check there first.

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