Haier Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner Review: Died After 2 Months
Monique shared this Haier Ultrasonic jewelry cleaner review.
I actually chose this product because I had a Haier dehumidifer and I thought well if Haier is really good with water (and they are really good with water) and keeping my rooms cool and insect free, then I might as well give this a shot.
What I used to do was use water to clean the necklaces I wore, one made of sterling silver and anther of gold, but then they just lost their shine.
My hair gel would get in it, the oil spray for my hair would just gunk up the holes and I started to get this strange rash.
On top of that, my necklaces lost their flare. They didn't twinkle in the light anymore.
I bought this product and at first it worked! My necklaces were twinkling in normal light.
If my jewelry looks more expensive and well kept than it really is I am a happy lady.
The only problem with the cleaner was after weekly uses it died after 2 months.
The company was not good about replacing it either. I ended up having to call my credit card company and they refunded me the money.
Sorry to hear about your bad experience with this product Monique.
That's not good for it to break that quickly. Doesn't sound like good quality to me, so I'm glad you got a refund from someone.
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