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Ionic reduction cleaning system


#1

Cleaning stock can be time consuming and often toxic from the
chemicals. I bought a JCR Ionic Reduction Cleaning System from HOJ
Aust. It costs about AU$450. The first time I used it I cleaned 120
prs of earrings 30 pendants and 40 rings in 3 hours. I figure I saved
4 hours on my old method. This system also cleans the that
is all in the jewellery. My clients are amazed at the
brilliance of the stones. They also like the fact that the stone
never leaves their sight.

If you need to clean stock this system is well worth a look. I also
use it on my market stalls as a service and the clients love the fact
that in less than 5 seconds, thats right 5 seconds their jewellery is
sparkling like new. Google JCR Engineering to check it out. I forgot
to mention it runs of a small rechargeable battery. This thing is
seriously cool.

Richard Hopkins


#2
Cleaning stock can be time consuming and often toxic from the
chemicals. I bought a JCR Ionic Reduction Cleaning System 

From the description on their website, this appears to be a standard
ionic cleaner together with a particular (proprietary?) surfactant
in the electrolyte, to help remove grease and dirt. The
non-conductive surfaces (stones) are cleaned because of their
proximity to the metal.

Has anyone compared the JCR to the SpeedBrite?

Al Balmer
Sun City, AZ


#3

I love the Speed Brite units. It cleans finished jewelry really well.
The unit I like the most is the 300SB. It attaches to the side of my
ultrasonic. I can use ionic alone or at the same time with the ultra.
If you have a piece that can not handle the ultra, just use the
ionic. But, if you have really dirty pieces off the polishing
machine, I use ultra, heat and ionic. Works great.

Kirsten Reynolds