Jewelry Cleaning + more with Flitz Polishing Products


Hi, I’m Scott with Flitz. Recently we’ve received
some emails and some phone calls from viewers like you asking us “Does Flitz clean jewelry?”
Well I’m here to tell you, yes it does! It’s a real quick, easy process that requires
just a few simple items from the Flitz line of products. What I’ll be using is our Stainless
Steel Cleaner, one of the various sizes of our Flitz Polish and last, but not least,
our Flitz Premium Polshing Microfiber Cloth. Well instead of me telling you about it, why
don’t I show you how it really truly works. Okay, one of the first things we’re going
to work on here is, we’re going to clean and restore a gold piece of jewelry. What you
want to do is grab yourself a tissue, fold it over like that a couple times, just makes
it easier to work with. Grab a little bit of your Flitz Polish, put a real light amount
on the cloth or the tissue, like this. And then grab the piece of jewelry you’re working
on, in this case it’s a piece of 14 karat gold, and rub the tissue back and forth a
couple times like this. What you’re going to see is a bunch of black start lifting off,
that’s natural. That’s oxidation that’s coming off. Buff it a couple more times like this.
Then take your cloth, flip it over, buff it out a couple more times. What you’re going
to notice is less and less of the black oxidation start lifting. When you’re almost down to
the end, that’s when you’ll want to grab your microfiber cloth. And take that and buff it
right on off. Just finish it off with the microfiber cloth and what you’re going to notice is the real high luster coming right back out of the piece of jewelry for you. The great thing about Flitz is, it leaves
a seal of protectant behind as well. This should last you easily for a couple months,
if not longer. And if you get like any water or anything on it or sweat basically, what
you’re going to see here is the water will just bead right up and roll off. Just like
you waxed a car. But thats how you clean off a piece of gold jewelry. Alright, the next thing we’re going to work
on is we’re going to clean and restore a watch using Flitz. What we have here is a stainless
steel watch and the first thing we want to use is our Flitz Stainless Steel and Chrome
Cleaner. And this is an all water-based product and you’re probably asking “Why are we using
this?” Well what this is going to do for you is it’s going to get all the gunk out between
the links to get the process started. So what we want to do is grab ourselves a tissue or
two, lay it right down. Grab your Stainless Steel and Chrome Cleaner and spray it just
like this. Now this is all water-based product so it’s not going to have any odor at all
to it, no gummy residue, so its totally safe if you want to spray it like this how I’m
doing it right between my fingers here. Once you have that done, take your tissue, fold
it over a couple times like this. And then start giving it a couple taps. What that’s
going to do is it’s going to get all the gunk out in between the links for ya. Give it a
couple taps like that, and open up your tissue and what you’re going to notice is all the
garbage coming out. Once you have that done, take your tissue and just dry it off lightly
like this. And then the next thing is you want to grab your Flitz Polish, take a little
bit of your polish, you can put it on a tissue like we did with a piece of gold, otherwise
what I prefer to do is to just use my finger. Again, now this is all safe product, USDA
certified, non-toxic, so not a problem with doing it with your hands if you want. Grab
yourself another tissue and start buffing it off and what you’re going to notice is
the oxidation will start lifting, just like it did on the gold. Keep on flipping your
cloth over and again you’re going to see less and less of the oxidation appearing. Once
you get it basically all buffed off like that, grab your microfiber cloth and just finish
it off with that. That’s going to give you a really nice, high luster. Take your microfiber
cloth and just buff it off really good and it’ll bring the shine right back out to new
for ya. There you have it, how to clean a watch using Flitz. Alright the next thing we’re going to work
on is, we are going to clean and restore a ring. Now I was told by the owner of this
it is white gold. So let’s get started. What we’re going to want to do is grab our Flitz
Polish once again. Grab yourself your trusty tissue, again fold it over if you like a couple
times. To me it just makes it easier to work with. Take a little bit of the Flitz Polish,
put a little dab like that on your tissue, take your ring. And just start buffing it
off. Again what you’re going to notice is the oxidation starting to come off of it.
Buff it in there a couple times really good, flip your tissue over and start buffing off
some more. Again what you’re going to notice is if you keep on flipping this tissue over,
less and less of the oxidation will be appearing. Keep buffing that off. And then what you want
to do is grab your microfiber cloth, once again, give you a final cleaning on it. Just
buff it into that microfiber cloth and what you’re going to see is a real nice high luster
appear compared to something like that. Bring it right back out to new. Now if you want
to take it one step further, you can use that product that we used earlier, which is the
Stainless Steel and Chrome Cleaner. This we sell as an additive to jewelry cleaners and
it does a great job getting the gunk out between the diamonds, if you’ve got any soap built
up in there, hair spray, lotions. Just take a little bit of that and give it a little
squirt on the diamond, you can also use it on the other stones if you have anything else
on the ring. Just give it a little spray, take another tissue. Just basically dab it
a couple times and that should give you a pop right back and get some of that garbage
right out in between the stones for ya. Bring it right back out to new. There you have it!
How to clean a ring using Flitz Polish. Alright, one of the last things I’m going
to show you today is a thing that some people have some problems with on plastics. I know
we did a watch earlier but what I want to show you is, a lot of people don’t know what
Flitz will do for ya is, you have a plastic watch face like this, Flitz will take off
a lot of those fine surface scratches for ya. Like the dirt and grime that’s build up
in there over time. What you’ll want to do is grab a little of your Flitz Polish, put
it right on the area, you can just work it in a circular motion like this, and then what
you’ll want to do is again, grab yourself a tissue or paper towel works even good for
something like this, and just start scrubbing it in. This should start filling in those
really fine scratches for ya, got a lot of the grime and dirt that’s built up on the
watch face, and start bringing it out for ya. Give it a little pressure on it, just
keep buffing it off, and that should fill in those fine lines and scratches and bring
it right out for ya. But that’s how you would clean a plastic watch face. Thanks so much for checking out our video.
Follow us on Facebook and Twitter on our Flitz Polish or go to our website www.Flitz.com Once again I think you for your time, and
remember when you’re looking for superior shine that will last, don’t just do it, Flitz
it!

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