Why cleaning your jewelry?

Why cleaning your jewelry?

Dirt built up on the bottom of your stone can make your Diamonds and Gems look dull and dark.

Dust and dirt stick to grease and oil will make your jewelry looks dull and lifeless.

Germs will cause the contracting and spreading infectious bacteria that can lead to colds, flus, and foodborne illnesses.

 

Home Cleaning Problems

The Chemical Solution Method:

While mild dish soap can remove part of the dirt from your jewelry. Chlorine bleach or abrasives (such as household cleansers or toothpaste) should never be used when cleaning diamond jewelry. Chemicals like chlorine can damage some of the metals used to alloy gold for diamond settings and abrasives can scratch gold and other metals.

 

The Toothbrush Method:

While toothbrush can reach the cracks and grooves of your jewelry, some toothbrush can actually scratch your Gold or Metals. Especially for Hard Bristle Brush might also snags and pulls on your prongs.

 

Importance of professional cleaning service

Precision:
Skilled jeweler and professional cleaning equipment

Speed:
Clean jewelry 10 times faster than at home

Efficiency:
ultrasonic machine sends out low frequency sound waves through a solution, to remove accumulated dirt and oil of your jewelry thoroughly. Sonic jewelry cleaner can actually clean the smallest cracks, breaks and every corner.

Harmless:
We do not use chemical abrasive solution

Not Every single stone can goes into cleaner!

- Opals
- Pearls
- Emeralds
- Tanzanites
- Tourmalines
- Peridot
- Malachite
- Agates
- Onyx
- Black or Dyed Pearls
- Chocolate Pearls
- Fracture Filled Diamonds
- Synthetic Stones
- Black Opals
- Mosaic Opals
- Marcasite
- Turquoise
- Jade
- Amber
- Lapis
- Mother of Pearl
- Coral
- Colored Diamonds
- Malachite
- Fresh Water Pearls
- Costume Jewelry
- Diamonds with lots of Inclusions
- Copper Plated Jewelry
- Opal Doublets or Triplets
- Tungsten