Here are some tips for finding different types of items.

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Sentimental Ring
Have you lost your wedding ring, class ring or sentimental ring? Need some guidance to help increase your chances of getting it back? Losing any sentimental item can be tough, but losing a wedding ring seems especially hard to take. It is such a symbol of the bond of marriage that the loss of it can be emotionally painful. Losing a class ring also has the same kind of feeling.
For you to find your lost ring, you will want to approach it systematically. Finding your ring will require patience and a method.

Finding House and Car Keys

Keys! Have you lost your keys? Do you need guidance on how to effectively look for them; or, resources on what to do if they can't be recovered? Keys lend a physical representation of security in our lives and it is stressful and unnerving when they go missing. Below is a list of things you can do to recover your lost keys.
Cell Phone

Have you lost your phone?

Need some guidance to help recover it? Phones hold a lot of personal information, data, photos, and sentiment. Losing your smartphone can sometimes feel like you've lost a part of yourself. Below is a list of things you can do to recover your phone: smart or not.
Lost or Found Wallet

Tips for Lost wallets and purses

Have you lost your wallet and/or purse? Do you need some guidance on how to locate it or protect yourself in the event that it can't be recovered? We carry a lot of personal information in our wallets and it can be extremely stressful and disturbing to think of this information in someone else's hands. Below is a list of tips to help you find your wallet or purse and what to do if they can't be recovered.
Metal Detector in use

Metal Detector Tips

Lost a ring? Engagement, Wedding, Class or Sentimental ring? Thinking about trying to use a metal detector to find it? I lost my gold wedding ring and rented a metal detector to help me find it (for the full story click here).
A couple of months later, after hearing the story of my success finding the ring, my uncle asked me to come over and look for his wedding ring. It had been lost 10 or so years ago during the construction of a small retaining wall under a deck at his home.
After my initial 4 day ordeal looking for my own wedding ring I was a little apprehensive about the prospect of finding his wedding band, but at least it wasnít under water like mine had been, plus he had a pretty good idea of where it should be. So, he rented a metal detector, coincidentally the same one I had used to find mine, and on a nice Sunday morning I went over to start digging. We broke out the shovels, a wheel barrow, a bucket and coffee.
He showed me the area, about 20 square feet, and we considered that it could be at a depth of up to a foot or two near the front. I took off my own ring and placed it on the ground to get a feel for what a good strong hit should sound like on the metal detector's speaker and then I started working the area.
In less than 5 minutes I got a good strong hit and sure enough, there was his ring! We spent more time pulling out the tools than we actually spent looking for the ring. After 10 years in the dirt his ring was back on his finger and I was now 2 for 2 finding lost wedding rings.