Keep the brilliance in your diamonds with an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner
Protect your Jewelery
Chlorine bleach when used in an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner is damaging to metal, especially to Gold.
Gold prongs on gold rings can get pitted then dissolve.
When this happens, they cannot do their job and hold the diamond in place.
The diamond then gets loose, falls off and you loose it.
Long exposure to chlorine in swimming pools and hot tubs can do the same damage.
Protect your fine jewelery from harsh chemicals & avoid dripping hair dyes on them.
Get an Ultrasonic cleaner & enhance the life of your jewelery.
Reasons to own a jewelry cleaner.
* You don’t have to take your rings to the jeweler to have them cleaned thus saving money.
* You don’t have to worry that your Diamonds will be changed when you take your ring to be cleaned. Yes, some untrustworthy Jewelers do that.
* Cleaning rings can be done more often which is highly recommended since you have a cleaner at home.
* You get to clean the hard to reach spaces that traditional clothes and topical cleaners don’t due to the vibrating motion of the Ultrasonic cleaner.
What it is…
An ultrasonic cleaner is an electronic device designed to remove dirt from rings, necklaces and other items of jewelery.
It has a motor and a cleaning tank in which warm water or a cleaning solution is placed. Jewelery is placed in the cleaning tank.
It is then plugged in to the power outlet & switched on.
The ultrasonic cleaner works by producing ultrasonic energy which is transmitted with vibrating energy waves.
On average, ultrasonic jewellery cleaners emit at least 40,000 sound waves per second.
The motion of this waves creates microscopic bubbles in the water or cleaning solution in a process called cavitation.
Millions of tiny bubbles knock into one another and into the jewelery resting in the cleaning tank…..gently knocking dirt off the jewelry.
The ultrasonic energy produced by the cleaner is not harmful to most gem stones. It is however most suited for hard stones set in gold and platinum.