- 5 years ago
- Wedding: October 2013
Any ideas bees?
Any ideas bees?
i use Diamond Dazzle, bought 3x sticks in bulk for £20 inc p&p. i really like it….. i believe that using normal liquid dish soap and a soft bristled baby toothbrush would have a good cleaning effect. Diamond Dazzle helps fill in scratches and protects from them too.
Ill have to look that up:) do you know of any good but still relatively inexpensive ultrasonic cleaners?
I use Connoisseurs Jewelry Cleaner. If your ring is platinum, get the regular, but if it’s gold, get the ammonia-free. You need to be able to soak it and brush the underside especially if you haven’t cleaned it much or won’t clean it frequently. Diamond Dazzle sticks are good for touchups but I prefer soaking/scrubbing weekly.
@Whitwhit1689: I have an ultrasonic that I bought from amazon.com. I either use dish detergent and ammonia (I have a platinum solitaire, so the ammonia won’t hurt it like it would gold) or a store bought jewelry cleaner like Blitz Gem and Jewelry cleaner.
If you want to spend some $$ I’ve also heard great things about the Jewel Jet steam cleaner.
I have ring cleaner from Appelts that came with my Simon G however, my Mom uses Toothpaste on her rings and I used it on mine and it works really well lol
I have an ultrasonic cleaner that I got off of Amazon for maybe $30. My FI bought it for me the day after he proposed, and it’s awesome. I stick my rings (and everything else) in there with a squirt of dish soap, or a splash of ammonia, and it makes everything sparkle.
I did not know that amonia was nt good for gold… I’ve been using hot water and dishsoap with a splash of windex. Soak for a few minutes and scrub with a toothbrush, rince, and air dry.
I just use blue dawn and windex in hot water and gently scrub with a soft tooth brush. It works magic.
I use a bit of pomolive or dawn and a soft bristled toothbrush.
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