Ultrasonic – a sound wave generated cleaner, has a wide array of jewelry cleaning devices, all varying from their settings, uses, and price range. However, with all these options to choose from, you may have a hard time deciding which ones are the best in terms of performance in keeping your trinkets sparkling.
We have narrowed down the list to five of the top rated (accumulated ratings from reviews on Amazon) Ultrasonic machines with hopes to help in choosing the right for you.
What’s impressive about this machine is that it has five different cleaning cycles lasting from 90 seconds to eight minutes. It generates around 42,000 energy waves, and also cleans other items like eyeglasses, contacts, CDs, DVDs, retainers, and other household items that have hard to reach nooks or those that need intensive cleaning in the quickest way possible.
This being said, make sure that you set the correct setting depending on the size of the item and the amount of dirt on them. If not, you might damage your little trinkets. In addition, with the short cleaning period, it conserves valuable energy, so you don’t have to worry about your electrical bill shooting up.
This particular machine is the first ultrasonic jewelry cleaner, dating from 1892. It comes packaged with two eight ounce bottles of Blitz gem and jewelry cleaning solution. It also gives you the option to either use the solution (which is non-toxic so you don’t have to worry about dangerous chemicals ruining your jewelry), or just plain water.
It’s an energy efficient device as well, which automatically shuts off after only three minutes of cleaning. This may be a shorter time than others, but the results are still the same.
This also comes with a bottle of Blitz jewelry cleaner — gives you the option to use tap water as well, and can be used for other small household items. It has a stainless steel chamber that can hold 17 ounces of water or cleansing solution, and 42,000 energy waves to ensure the best results.
Again, it is also energy-friendly with an automatic shut off after a three-minute cycle.
This is one of the cheapest machines in Ultrasonic’s line, costing under $30. It doesn’t have its own cleaning solution, but water works just fine with it. It also shuts off after three minutes. Don’t let its inexpensiveness fool you because it still dishes out the best cleaning results as the rest.
Again, it comes with a bottle of Blitz jewelry cleaner that you need to use since using plain water might not be best if you want the microscopic bubbles to work full force on cleaning your items. It is also one of the cheapest in the bunch, which can cost under $40, plus it comes in blue, pink, and light pink colors.
Same with the others on the list, it delivers 42,000 energy waves, three-minute cycles, and automatic shut off.
There are still some more advanced jewelry cleaner machine using ultra sonic wave technology. If you have no restrict on the budget, these advanced cleaners might be your choice, as they are more powerful and have the varied features and function to clean your valuable jewelries ultimately. If you are interested, reading reviews and doing some in depth are always your first step prior to purchasing.