In this popular “love month” some may have gained a symbol of engagement…and some may want to clean everyday jewelry since it appears more prominent in warmer weather and is prone to getting dirtier then as well. Most cleaning solutions sold by general retailers and jewelers contain chemicals such as ammonia, acids, and alcohol. These chemicals can be very harmful to semi-precious stones as well as costume jewelry and can accelerate the discoloration and tarnishing of precious metals. However, this all-natural, cruelty-free liquid jewelry cleaner is non-corrosive and will not harm semi-precious stones. It is made from natural banana and coconut oils, and is non-toxic and biodegradable; yet strong enough to clean dirt, residues and oils from all types of jewelry, including the grooves of those hard to reach stone settings and chain necklaces. The jar comes with the familiar lift tray and small cleaning brush. This liquid cleaner is gentle enough to use every day and proven safe for use on soft stones such as opals and pearls (and due to the natural oil component, may even provide moisture to those gemstones). It is also recommended for most sonic and ultra-sonic machines unless otherwise indicated and it can even be used to clean the lenses of eyeglasses.
For optimal cleaning, use the brand’s Tarnish Remover/ Polishing Cream first then the liquid cleaner featured here to leave your jewelry shiny, unblemished and preserve its natural reflection. The cream removes tarnish on all precious metals almost immediately and polishes platinum, chrome, aluminum and stainless steel leaving no chemical residue. It also leaves items tarnish free for a longer time period versus many other popular tarnish removers.The tarnish remover will not harm gemstones if in contact with them. Being able to use both the liquid jewelry cleaner and tarnish remover products together is notable, since jewelry cleaners don’t necessarily remove tarnish, and many tarnish removers can’t be used on jewelry. Both products are also great for sensitive skin users since they do not contain harsh chemicals.
Take a preview of the after effects here…
Editor’s note: A bonus for those of you who are equestrians (like me)…the Polishing Cream is also sold in a large one-gallon bucket to use on the stainless steel or brass of your horse tack (riding equipment, for all non-equestrians). When it’s available, its hard to imagine not using something cruelty-free and non-toxic when you are caring for and working with your companion animal. (As an aside, for those of you wondering…there are non-leather tack options too…)
Connoisseurs® Revitalizing Jewelry Cleaner photo: source Amazon
Sparkle Bright™ Products All-Natural Jewelry Cleaner photo: source Amazon