An ultrasonic cleaner should be top of your shopping list if you want all your jewellery
to look as good as new.
This clever device will have your jewellery shining and sparkling just like it was
when you bought it - and most cleaners can also clean a host of other items including
glasses, sunglasses, toothbrushes, old coins, and CDs and DVDs - an ultrasonic cleaner
will even clean dentures!
Just pop your rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces into your cleaner and the
cleaning solution, combined with the effect of millions of tiny bubbles created by
ultrasound, gets everything glistering by penetrating cracks and crevices to remove
embedded dirt and grime.
If you’re looking for a cheap cleaner prices start at around £15 and rise to more
than £300 for top of the range products.
We feature ultrasonic devices from top UK stores so we can save you hours trawling
around dozens of sites comparing prices. All our featured stores are reputable and
trusted and operate secure online payment facilities to enable you to shop safely
for a cleaner from the comfort of your home.
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Get your jewellery and valuables looking great again with an Ultrasonic Cleaning
An ultrasonic cleaning tank is an incredible device which can take all the hassle
out of keeping your jewellery and other valuable items clean - gone are the days
when you need to scrub and polish for hours trying to get you jewellery looking new
again. These devices will have all your gold and silver jewellery looking good as
Everyday life takes its toll on your jewellery and before long it starts to loses
its sparkle as more and more dirt and grime builds up on the surface and in areas
which are difficult to reach with traditional methods such as cleaning cloths and
That’s where one of these devices can come to your rescue. Just place your jewellery
or other valuables into the cleaner and let it do it’s work. In no time it will have
everything sparkling clean again.
The are plenty of cheap cleaners to choose from which are ideal for home use but
there are also several top of the range models on the market which are the perfect
solution for industrial use and anyone who needs to clean large amounts of jewellery
or other items.
This clever piece of technology works by harnessing the powerful effects of ultrasonic
sound, which is high-pitched sound generated at a level which is inaudible to the
human ear. The typical range used for ultrasonic cleaning is between 20 kHz and 80
kHz. Mains powered cleaners are available in various colours including white, black
and blue. We also feature a few mini cordless cleaners which are very cheap and
battery-powered. These are great for taking on holiday with your for cleaning your
jewellery but they will produce results as impressive as a more expensive mains powered
The sound waves generated in an ultrasonic unit create cavitations in the cleaning
solution - the liquid is split apart by the ultrasonic sound and millions of tiny
bubbles are formed. These bubbles become compressed by the cleaning solution, resulting
in the creation of millions of little liquid jets which attack the dirt, grease and
grime which has built up on your jewellery or anything else you've placed in your
There is literally no place to hide from the onslaught of these tiny jets which which
get into the tiniest cracks and crevices you could never hope to reach by normal
The range of jewellery and other items which can be used in a cleaner is very extensive
- providing, of course, you buy a cleaner which is big enough to contain them. And
the results these amazing cleaners will achieve is very impressive.
These hi-tech cleaners are widely used in the professional world including the engineering,
sporting, very, medical, pharmaceutical, weapons, automobile and printing industries.
You can make all your silver, gold and platinum jewellery look like new
An ultrasound cleaner is perfectly safe for your gold, platinum and silver jewellery
although it is not suitable for cleaning certain types of precious stones - among
those which should not be used in a cleaner are topaz, jade, emerald, pearls, opal
and amethyst. Other precious stones such as ruby, sapphire and diamond are fine to
use in these clever devices
It is advisable to check with a jeweller first confirmation that your precious stone
is safe to place in a cleaner.
You should also read the product instructions carefully before placing any item in
the cleaner - the last thing you want is to end up damaging or spoiling something
Other items which can be placed in one of these cleaners include most CDs and DVDs,
spectacles and sunglasses, coins, waterproof watches, dentures and braces, fountain
pen nibs, toiletry items, circuit boards,toothbrushes and surgical instruments. Some
cleaners will also clean your contact lenses. The key requirement is that the item
should be non-porous and of a size which enables it to be completely immersed in
Many people simply use tap water in their cleaner but there are special cleaning
solutions and mild solvents available which are thought to speed up the cleaning
process and improve the results you get.
These cleaning devices are very easy to maintain and just needs to be wiped and dried
with a clean cloth after use.
We have an impressive range of cleaners you to take a look at many top UK online
stores including QVC, Amazon, The Original Gift Company, Ligo Electronics Ltd, Conrad,
Goldsmiths, Jewelry Days and Evocal Ltd. Major cleaner brand names featured here
include Duratool, Sonic Wave, JBL, Gonson, Sanitas, James and Ultra.
There are many types and styles available so it's best to take a look at a few to
find the one that best suits your needs - do you want a cordless battery or manual
cleaner, a heated ultrasonic device, a cleaner with a large or small tank, a cleaner
with a basket to hold smaller items - prices for a cheap ultrasonic cleaner range
from around £15 to more than £300 for a large industrial ultrasonic cleaner so you
should have no trouble finding a cleaner that suits your budget.
So if you're thinking of giving your jewellery a new lease of life - think ultrasonic!