Post # 16
I have one but have only used it a couple of times because I too am worried about losing the pave stones. I don’t remember which one I have, but I bought it from Brookstone a few years ago. It only uses water though, it specifically says not to add anything else. I think it does a pretty good job but my Dawn and ammonia mixture does just as good.
Post # 17
I have been a dental hygienist for 11 years, and every office I have ever worked at has a bottle of jewelry cleaner in the sterilization area. Co-workers will put the cleaner in a leak proof bag, drop their rings/jewelry in the bag, and drop the bag in the ultrasonic cleaner we use for instrument cleaning. Since the jewelry and cleaner is in a bag there isn’t a sanitation issue.
Post # 18
- Wedding: June 2018 - Tizer Gardens/Carroll College
I use this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000F1SCU4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Because I’m using it for more than just jewelry, and because I use it for client’s silver pieces, I find it well worth the cost to use a proven formula.
Post # 19
My friend’s SIL has one and she brought it to my friend’s wedding for all of us to clean our rings, it was AMAZING. I had never used one but now I want to purchase my own.
Post # 20
I love mine and I use no chemicals! Bought mine off amazon.