By now, your new quarantine routine likely includes wiping down household surfaces daily, not to mention washing your sheets more often and must clean your jewelry and devices such as phones and tablets. But your cleaning habits should also extend to your watches and jewelry. Here are 6 Ways To Clean Your Jewelry From COVID-19.
Need a more vigorous clean or want to make sure your watches and jewelry are disinfected? These accessories sit on your skin all day so we’ve rounded up ways to keep your rings, watches and other accessories sparkling, clean and germ-free.
Six Ways To Keep Your Jewelry Clean and Germ-free
1. Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner
This jewelry cleaner turns tap water into powerful “ultrasonic” waves (think moving microscopic bubbles) to gently remove dirt and grime from your rings, bracelets, necklaces, watches, and sunglasses.
The motion of the water circulates in and around your jewelry, penetrating even tiny crevices to clear out debris.
This device generates 42,000 Hz of ultrasonic sound waves for a powerful yet gentle clean that won’t harm your valuables.
To use: place your accessories into the unit, then choose from five preset cleaning cycles, ranging from 90 seconds to 480 seconds. A digital display lets you track progress and know when cleaning is completed.
Note: this is not recommended for jewelry with loose stones (I.e. pearl necklaces or beaded bracelets)
2. HoMedics UV-Clean Portable Sanitizer
This portable sanitizing case is a great non-contact way to disinfect larger accessories or fragile pieces you don’t want to be wiping or scrubbing.
The case uses powerful UV-C LED technology that promises to kill up to 99.9% of bacteria and viruses ten times faster than any other sanitizer.
Four LED lights work to sanitize and disinfect both sides of your item in just one minute.
The case is large enough to hold everything from watches to sunglasses to phones (and phone cases). We recommend it for things like keys, remotes, and chargers too.
3. Jewelry Polish Cleaner and Tarnish Remover Wipes
The single-use wipes start by removing any surface debris and tarnishing, then act as a polishing cloth to restore shine and luster.
Its cleaning formula is ammonia-free and won’t scratch surfaces, and it leaves behind a protective coating that prevents tarnishes from reforming.
It’s even safe to use on jewelry with diamonds or gemstones.
4. Jewelry Dry Disposable Wipes
Prefer to use a dry cloth on your jewelry? These disposable wipes are soft and gentle, and safely clean and polish your jewelry and watches.
The wipes leave an “anti-tarnish shield” to help keep your accessories looking like new.
5. Diamond Dazzle Stik
Picking up a jewelry cleaning tool like Diamond Dazzle Stick to keep your ring sparkly.
It functions similarly to a detergent stick — twists to dispense the cleaning solution, which then flows through a soft-tipped brush.
The uniquely-angled brush tip works to get into even the tiniest nooks and crannies to polish and clean.
Its special polymers can also help to fill in any scratches on your stones and settings.
6. Alcohol Prep Pads
A pack of alcohol pads is always good to have on hand. These individually-wrapped pads are made from a durable but gentle material that won’t scratch surfaces.
The formula contains 75% alcohol, making this a great disinfectant wipes too.
Use it to clean smudges and remove germs from your smartwatch or fitness tracker, or to wipe down your chains, watch bands, and straps.
It works on regular watch faces too and is safe for costume jewelry. Regularly cleaning your jewelry is to keep your collection looking its best.
The COVID-19 pandemic has enhanced our cleaning efforts in hoping to discontinue its spread.
We want to ensure everyone stays as safe and healthy as possible while keeping your jewelry intact. 6 Ways To Clean Your Jewelry From COVID-19.
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