Post # 1
Hey guys! I’ve read about Baking CZ, but I cannot find any information about baking Moissanite. My engagement ring has gotten a bit cloudy and I love the definition and death that comes with baking CZ. It’s it safe to bake my moissanite ring? What stones are safe to bake and for how long? Thanks in advance
Post # 2
there’s no chance I’d risk this! cheap cz then maybe, but moissanite is more expensive, if it goes wrong it would be upsetting!
Post # 3
very true, I diddnt even think about that😭 thank you!
Post # 4
Do not do this. Get some toothpaste and a toothbrush and scrub that stone. Moissy gets a film on it from oxidation and that film needs an abrasive cleaner to get it off. Silver polish is also a possibility
Post # 5
Where did you get this moissy? It should not be getting cloudy. Try silver polish. Mine gets hard water white crud and sometimes a little oily film around the prongs. Jewelry cleaner and silver polish takes it off
Don’t bake it!
Post # 6
@briarene: I doubt it would due anything. And moissy is already clearer and more brilliant so…
Post # 7
Agree with others silver cleaner you can also get the sunshine cloth, works quite well. Moissy don’t get cloudy. Tell us what happens!
Post # 8
So, my moissy got cloudy (and greenish,) but I would never ever bake it.
Post # 10
Mine got oil slick after four years of non stop wearing. I got a Wright’s Silver polish cream and buffed it out and it’s back to looking like it always has.