Post # 1
I’ve had my lovely (round amora cut) Moissy for maybe almost 3 years now and I love her, but lately I’ve been noticing her looking odd.
When I look at her very close angling just right, the cuts on the side of the table look like they have a rainbowy film coating. Kinda like the rainbowy flim found on saop bubbles. I’ve tried cleaning it using a soft jewelery polish cloth and the flim (or whatever it is) still there.
Can some of you chime in and give me your thoughts?
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Post # 3
- Wedding: March 2014 - A castle
Pmoua: I’ve had the same problem. I tried so many different things and the only thing that works for me is “Invisible Glass” which is an automotive glass cleaner. I soak my ring in that and use the rough side of a sponge to scrub it a bit. Most people say it’s left over residue from cutting or polishing or something, but I think it might be some kind of surface oxidation or something. I have no idea.
Post # 4
Toothpaste and a few minutes of rubbing will get it off. I have this problem as well with my unenhanced moissy. According to BTD, it seems to be some sort of reaction with the glue residue the gem cutters use and household cleaning products. I leave my ring on a lot when I’m cleaning.
Post # 5
It seems as if a lot of people keep having this issue. Does it make anyone regret gatting a moissy? Just curious because I had one and it did the same thing 🙁
Post # 6
Pmoua: I just had this issue last month. I called Charles and Colvard. They sent a letter explaining it just happens with the gems and sent a wipe. The wipe took it right off!!!!! It worked amazing. All this was free! Let me know if you need their phone number. You just call and they send it all out to you.
Post # 7
I had this same issue when I first got my ring and it drove me absolutely crazy!!! Like others said it seems to become leftover residue. I tried a lot of the things mentioned above but none seemed to work for me. What did end up working was nail polish remover.
Post # 8
I wasn’t sure if I discribed it right and am so glad you guys understood!
Does the film come back? Is it something I have to maintenance?
THANKS so much BEES for the responses!
Post # 9
TrueLove407: that would be nice. Thanks, you are such a sweet heart!
Post # 10
WowGamerBabe: It’s a pain in the butt, but I have no regrets now that I know what it is and how to fix it. 🙂