PELCAS Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner 450ml (Black)
PELCAS ultrasonic jewelry cleaner generates 42000HZ of ultrasonic wave, this frequently tiny bubbles collide with each other to get rid of dirt and grimes in minutes, make your jewelry or other accessories seems new. The stylish design also can be your home decoration.
PELCAS ultrasonic jewelry cleaner 4200HZ 450ML
Item Weight: 1.80 pounds
Size: 6.1*3.1*1.5 inch
My jewelry always looks amazing after I use the ultrasonic cleaner. If you're doing a lot of jewelry at once it will save you some time, but it usually takes like 3-5 minutes for it to finish the cleaning cycle. The power button is really touchy so make sure you unplug before you dump the water or inevitably you'll accidentally turn it back on while emptying it. Overal a great cleaner and works really well to clean jewelry.
This jewelry cleaner has a smaller water tank but holds plenty of jewelry. The basket makes it easy to remove the jewelry. I found hot water, a splash of ammonia, splash of vinegar and a few drops of Dawn produces the cleanest jewelry. I had to run the cleaner several cycles and change the water twice, my moms jewelry was DIRTY! This cleaner does not visibly shake the jewelry nor does is produce little bubbles like a similar unit I got for my daughter. You can hear the vibrations but barely see any bubbles. I’m not sure if it was the slight vibrations or my cleaning concoction that got the jewelry clean, perhaps it was both! 42,000 Hz is a common frequency, I have seen cleaners as high as 47,000 Hz. I like seeing more vibrations as I think it’s loosening more debris. I ran the jewelry through several cycles before rinsing and drying. The cleaner is easy to use, one button set for a preset time that you can not change. I just hit the button again to restart the ultrasonic cleaning. There is a lid but its not necessary or needed while using the cleaner. These cleaners can be used for watch bands, eye glasses, dentures and retainers. I feel water alone won’t clean the jewelry good enough you need to add some cleaner though it doesn’t have to be expensive; dish soap, vinegar and ammonia work great.
I often clean small precision parts used for my video gear but got to the point where I needed a cleaner and efficient way. This cleaner works well with distilled water and couple drops of dish soap. While I haven't tried cleaning jewelry, it should work as it cleans all my stainless steel parts beautifully in 5-7 minutes!
I've been watching a bunch of youtube channels where mechanics use ultrasonic cleaners to revive old rusty parts (and to clean old carburetors) soI wanted to give it a go. Sure enough, this thing works well - I started with just water, cleaning my glasses, and I was surprised at how well that worked. So I added some cleaning agents and a float from a lawnmower and everything came out pretty much pristine.
I ended up just going straight for the longest run it'll do, because I like to be sure it has the best chance of cleaning whatever I'm throwing at it... but so far so good! I'm a month and a half into using it and I've been super pleased. It's easy to clean out, too. I'm glad to say I can recommend this cleaner if you're looking to upgrade your shop (or you just really want clean reading glasses).
This small device which design wise has a kinda 40’s vibe does a great job of quickly and easily cleaning jewelry and metal watch bands. Simply fill with water, add a drop or two of dishwashing liquid and watch the dirt and body oil release from your jewelry. Small,uncomplicated (a simple on/off button) and it uses tap water. Has a removable basket for the rings and things and an arched support to keep the body of your watch out of the water but allows the metal band to be cleaned.