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I was not impressed with how the product came. I ordered this as a gift and as per the pictures in the description it was supposed to come in a nice package, instead it came in a little plastic bag, not good as a gift. Not impressed at all
Quick delivery, and packaged well but got to say was really disappointed with the product, and feel it's massively overpriced. Was expecting a bit more than a tiny bit of ordinary brush at the end of a stick. Didn't feel it did anything for the diamond. A single wet wipe was more effective. Sorry, but better suited to being for sale in a pound shop.
I was really excited to order this and have my wedding rings shine. I was disappointed. I have always used the Connoisseurs Jewelry Cleaner in the 7 oz jar and have had good luck. But I wanted more shine to them, so I saw the reviews and ads for this Dazzle Stick and gave it a try. I was not dazzled at all. My ring was not any cleaner and seemed more trouble to me than putting my rings in the cleaner waiting 30 seconds to brush lightly and rinse. I will stick to the jar cleaner.
The ease of use was intriguing, but I wasn’t impressed with the cleaning at all. I didn’t notice anything special once I rinsed my rings off. I’ve used other jewelry cleaners from Amazon and they’ve done much better. There was no significant sparkle or super clean appearance. The only thing that’s a plus is how easy it is to use. Just paint it on and rinse it off.
This is a good product for its price! It is nice and small and easy to travel with. In my photos, the first one is with my ring after several days’ use and no cleaning. The second one is after I lightly cleaned it with a toothbrush and water. The third one is after I used this product. I expected my ring to be shinier after using based on reviews, but my stone didn’t look much different than when I brush it with soap, water, and a toothbrush. However, my rose gold band is much clearer after the product, as you can see in the photos.
UPDATE: I was cleaning it and had it off my finger while doing so, but while holding the band, I got a chemical burn on my thumb. I think this is awful for a ring cleaner that is obviously going to be in very close contact to skin. The manufacturers need to look at redoing the combination so that this does not cause chemical burn anymore. Nobody wants to wear latex gloves for 30 seconds just to clean their ring.