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Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaning Powder
Our Jewelry Cleaning Powder makes diamonds, gold, precious stones and metals sparkle and shine! This free rinsing solution does a great job without ammonia or harsh chemicals.
Includes measuring scoop and instruction sheet
The most economical way to ultrasonically clean jewelry.
One pack of Jewelry Cleaning Powder holds 1/3 cup (16 tsp.), and .5 tsp will make 1 pint of solution. Remember, you can use a batch of cleaning solution many times!
New formula, no mixing of different solutions, just add water.
No hazardous shipping charges, biodegradable, ammonia-free
Note: Do not use on pearls, opals, turquoise or other soft materials. Instead, you may want to try our Pearl Cleaner
Note: Ultrasonics can damage some coated eyeglasses. Use at your own risk. Do NOT use JC powder for eyeglass cleaning.
- Fill the machine with warm tap water, leaving yourself enough room for your jewelry or other items. If you are not sure, underfill. You can always add water later.
- Put about ½ tsp of powder in the water and stir. The yellow scoop is 1 tsp. The jewelry cleaning powder is very fine. Handle and pour the powder slowly, to avoid creating powder dust in the air.
- Add the basket, with jewelry inside.
- B200 – hit the button. The unit will run for 5 minutes and shut off automatically.
- When unit shuts off, remove the basket and rinse your jewelry. (Make sure the drain in your sink is plugged!!)
- You do not have to change the water every time! You should get 5-15 uses out of a tank of solution.
Emergency and First Aid Procedures
Always keep this and other chemicals out of the reach of children!
Use in a well ventilated area. We recommend using gloves and eye protection when mixing this and all other chemicals.
Eye contact: Flush with water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.
Skin Contact: Wash thoroughly with soap and water. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.
Ingestion: DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Give large quantities of water. Seek immediate medical attention.
Inhalation: If breathing difficulties occur, move to fresh air. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.