Be sure to have ALL jewelry inspected by your jeweler to make sure that all the stones are secure in the mounting before using the Jeweler in the Dishwasher.
1.) Place one ring, pair of earrings or pendant (without the chain) inside the egg-shaped unit.
2.) Use the soaker tank to clean chains or any mountings that contain small stones. The interior wall is removable, so, if you are cleaning a large item, remove the wall, otherwise, leave it in place. Place piece(s) to be cleaned inside the soaker tank and close the lids.
3.) Place eggs and soaker tank inside of large outer basket. The rings on top of the eggs should be facing up, and the mesh lid on the soaker tank should be facing up. The eggs rest on the circular nests inside of the outer basket. The soaker tank goes in the open area between the eggs. (See picture above.)
4.) Place outer lid on top of the eggs and soaker tank. Make sure all edges of the outer basket are lined up, then squeeze the two halves together to lock It works best to squeeze the area on top of the basket that is directly above the locks where the company logo is. Or, you can set the basket on the counter and tap the area directly above the outer locks with the heel of you hand. You should use about the same force and action that you would use for a desk stapler. The impact will not damage the basket. You can also click the "video of directions" tab on this website.
5.) Check to make sure locks are secured; place basket on the top rack of the dishwasher.
6.) Run the dishwasher as you normally would, using the detergent that you usually use. When all the cycles have finished, remove basket and jewelry. If there is any remaining residue, use a toothbrush to brush it away while running the piece under hot tap water.
NOTE: The first time that you use the basket, the outer locks will be a little difficult to secure, but after that it will be very easy to operate. To loosen the locks a little, run the basket through the dishwasher before using. The top and bottom part of the basket do not have to be locked together for this initial run.
Jeweler in the Dishwasher is safe for: rubies, diamonds, sapphires, moissanite, cubic zirconia, synthetic birthstones, karat gold, platinum and sterling silver. If you are cleaning sterling silver be sure to follow the directions for silver or, click HERE.
Do not place any mountings that contain enamel or glue inside the Jeweler in the Dishwasher.
Jeweler in the Dishwasher is not responsible for any stones that may become dislodged or lost during the cleaning process. Jeweler in the Dishwasher accepts no liability for any damage to mountings that may occur during the cleaning process.