Can a Diamond Be Scratched?


A true diamond cannot be scratched. In order to test its value, you should scratch it on sand paper and see its effect. A real diamond is able to scratch a sandpaper and even glass.
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In my experience, yes, a diamond can be scratched. To scratch a diamond, you would have to use another diamond or something like a laser. Since diamonds can be cut, they can be scratched.
The only way a diamond can be scratched is unless it is scratched by another diamond. So if you notice any other issues with your diamond, I would suggest you take it to a jewelry repair shop.
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