Post # 1
**disclaimer** Fiance just ordered my peach sapphire ring.
I have read on WB that other girls have a hard time keeping their EidelPrecious rings clean because of the intricate details of the underside of the ring.
So any EP bees use an ultrasonic cleaner on their ring?
Also, have read that you shouldn’t use an ultrasonic cleaner on pave jewelry. Is that true? Anyone have any experience with losing diamonds or damaging stones?
Lastly, I’m not 100% sure what “pave” looks like. I have attached the stock photos of my ring and the band. Is it pave?
Post # 2
AwkwardCoconut: Hello! I do not have any jewelry from EP, but I do use an ultrasonic cleaner for all my jewelry, and quite a few of my rings have pave. To answer your one question, yes your ring has pave on the shank.
My ultrasonic cleaner has three settings that cater to different kinds of jewels, so if you’re worried about losing stones, use the lowest setting (1) for the longest amount of time (480 seconds) to get a good cleaning. I have never had any problems with my jewelry being cleaned in an ultrasonic and I have been using mine for over a year now on a weekly basis.
My cleaner uses water only so it’s able to clean jewelry, dvds, cds, and waterproof watches. It’s even safe for lab-created gemstones and cultured pearls. As I stated before, I haven’t had any issues with stones being lost or becoming loose in their settings. I’ll post a link below to the ultrasonic cleaner that I have if you’re interested in the water-only model.
Post # 3
Thanks for the information!
I think I want a water only cleaner. I heard you can add a drop of dish soap to the machine. Have you tried that?
Post # 4
AwkwardCoconut: I have not tried that because the instructions for mine said to not add anything to the water, so I’m fearful to do so. If my jewelry is especially dirty, I will take an old soft bristle toothbrush, spray it with windex, and gently scrub my jewelry from all angles, rinse it, then add it to the ultrasonic cleaner. That has worked really well for me.