If I can buy locally I will but more often than not its Amazon.@Arcadian I’d never heard of d-limonene and just looked it up. It makes sense it’d clean the heck out of diamonds (removing oils, etc.) as it appears it’s citrus based. I love citrus based cleaners as well for that reason, and they smell good. Do you buy it in bulk somehow to use it for so many things? I’ve been trying to move away from aerosols and cleaners that contain tons of chemicals, and go with more natural options where possible.
I don’t like spraying anything on my ‘clean’ diamonds either except air to dry them. I’ve seen the compressed gas cans create a white fizzy liquid on occasion when using it (not even upside down), which negates the cleaning in my mind and worries me when using on electronics.
Happy to help; and I hope you find yours as useful as I have found mine! We‘ve discovered so many uses for it around the home that it gets used practically daily now for non-jewelry related tasks.I've just ordered a CompuCleaner on Amazon. Here, in Europe, they don't sell the 2.0 version, so I bought the Xpert one. Thank you, I was looking for something like this for a long time.
I’m sorry to hear that! I have no idea, but I suppose “newness” is a possibility, and it just needs to be ‘blown out’ for a minute or two if perhaps it was sitting in a warehouse for awhile.I've just received mine, I tried it after cleaning a ring but it blows black dust on the diamond.
Perhaps because it's new?