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Jewel Jet Steam Cleaner


#1

I do jewelry as a hobby on a very limited basis, I just saw the
"Jewel Jet Steam Cleaner" for under $50, does anybody have any
history with this?

Thank you for you help


#2

There’s a reason its only fifty bucks (reduced from 99)

Mine gave up the ghost after a month. I could have lived with its
low pressure and small amount of steam but the steam control switch
jammed inside. For the same money you can buy a gallon of ammoniated
ultrasonic cleaner solution. Even if you don’t have an ultrasonic
this stuff cleans!


#3

It’s a great little tool for a hobbyist. I have one. But for
everyday use it has a problem. We set one up in our store to sell to
customers. Had it on all day every day. The gasket on top wore out
within a month. If this Co. would make the gasket readily available,
I would recommend it for shop use. That’s my Consumer Report!

LaVerne


#4

Suzanne,

I have one and love it. I too work with it in very limited way. It
does not hold the pressure as long as I’d like it to, but overall,
it saves me lots of time.

Reba


#5
I do jewelry as a hobby on a very limited basis, I just saw the
"Jewel Jet Steam Cleaner" for under $50, does anybody have any
history with this? 

I work in a repair shop where we use the Jewel Jet Steamer as a
backup when our primary steam runs out. We also sell them to
customers for home use. It is a pretty powerful little steamer, and
heats up within only a couple minutes. I would recommend using
distilled water in it. I’ve been thinking of getting one for my Dad
for Christmas. Where did you see it for under $50? That’s below our
cost.

Heather Moats