Post # 1
I just came across this. I’m a dish soap and electric toothbrush kind of girl, but I’m sure this would come in handy if I suddenly desperately needed my ring to be clean.I wouldn’t turn down a free sample, anyway.
The ads are pretty funny. Would you bring out the bling with this?
Post # 3
I have bought a few of these. I love them & I will never buy anything else. There was a post about this earlier, check out the ring threads for it!
Post # 4
I love my diamond dazzle stik!!! It makes my ring look so shiny!
Post # 5
@Sweet.Sugar.Rose: Have you used the soap and electric toothbrush method? Do you think this works better? The polymers filling in the scratches kind of concerns me. I’m not sure why. Are you supposed to fill in scratches? Do the professionals?
Post # 6
@Keltaena: It doesn’t really just fill in the scratches. Its just a foamy blue gel that cleans your ring & over time is suppose to help scratching/scratches. It also has good stuff in it for your skin!
The one I use is not electric. It has a brush on it, but its not electric!
Post # 7
@Keltaena: The polymers creep me out too! I bought this to keep in my purse instead. I have never actually used it on the go, but I like knowing that I could….
I think the cleansing gel works about the same as my usual at-home method (Dawn dish soap, Windex and hot water).
Post # 8
Lol is it just me or is the Diamond Dazzle Stik really getting some love on the boards today?
Freakin loooooove this stuff. I swear by it and I’ve impressed some ladies with it when I clean their rings!
Post # 9
I’m glad I caught this thread. I was thinking about getting one but was on the fence about it. Now I’ll definitely have to pick one up!
Post # 10
I have both the Diamond Dazzle Stik and the gel version… I prefer the dazzle stik! It’s so much more convenient and really makes my ring sparkle like crazy 🙂 The gel version I think dispenses too much product at a time so it would be better if you were cleaning a lot of jewellery at one go…
Post # 11
I’ve tried the stick and just don’t like it. It’s not any better than windex, which is what my jeweler told me to use and it’s just one more thing to keep around. Sometimes I soak in dishsoap and water but that’s only if it’s really filthy from being at work with me.