Breakthrough Non-Toxic Antique Jewelry Cleaner Launched on Amazon.com

300 Below’s Pristine Cleaning Solution is now available on Amazon.com as a non-toxic reusable cost-effective cleaning solution. Pristine removes carbon, tough built-up dirt and grime from bespoke, heirloom and antique jewelry using a simple soak and rinse technique without harming the environment.

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Pristine Cleaning Solution

Pristine is the safest cleaning solution you can employ for antique jewelry cleaning.

Decatur, IL (PRWEB) May 31, 2014

One of the biggest headaches in caring for bespoke and heirloom jewelry pieces is their uncanny ability to attract dust, dirt, and grime in the smallest crevices of a mounting. The best antique jewelry cleaner must be tough on stains and buildup without etching metals or leaving any veiling on the surface of the object. Pristine cleaning solution was designed with these sensitive applications in mind, and uses a low pH level to ensure maximum cleaning power with minimal disruption to the natural look of fine custom jewelry.

After over a decade of research and development, 300 Below has released Pristine cleaning solution, initially in a reusable concentrated formula, retailed exclusively through Amazon.com. According to MerchantWords, “jewelry cleaner” is sought roughly 302,000 times per month on Amazon. 300 Below will meet growing market demand by providing a superior jewelry cleaner with special emphasis on being safe to use in the home around children.

Pristine is utilized for a wide range of cleaning requirements in multiple industries, including ultra-sensitive deep space satellite components. Pristine uniquely rinses free of a substrate after cleaning without veiling, providing a strong competitive advantage among other “green” environmentally-friendly cleaning options in the marketplace, especially when cleaning highly sensitive components and intricate antique jewelry.

“Our chemist, Dave Perring, was mentored by the man who created Pine Sol," says Pete Paulin, President & C.E.O. of 300 Below, Inc. “Years of experience have shaped our R&D efforts to create a superior cleaning solution, and we’re very pleased to yield a product that is extremely simple to use yet rapidly more effective than anything else we’ve tested on the market. Most importantly, Pristine is the safest cleaning solution you can employ for antique jewelry cleaning.”

Heirloom jewelry and bespoke jewelry pieces are further protected when their elements are free from damaging debris and grime. Investing in the best antique jewelry cleaner is a smart decision, and Pristine cleaning solution is among the safest options available while being the most effective at cleaning in only a matter of minutes. Pristine is reusable multiple times and is backed by the best guarantee in its industry: 300 Below offers a 100% money back guarantee on all retail products and consumer services, for any reason, for life. Pristine's concentrated formula dilutes with water in a 10:1 formula (10 parts water, 1 part Pristine) to provide the biggest value to consumers, making over two gallons of cleaning solution for under $20.

Because 300 Below is excited to launch Pristine on Amazon, a 10% discount is offered to new customers. Please enter coupon code “PRISTIN3” at checkout through June 30, 2014 to receive 10% off your investment in the best jewelry cleaner on Amazon: Pristine cleaning solution.

About 300 Below, Inc.

300 Below / CryoTech manufacturers innovative cleaning, lubrication and scrubbing technologies, which are also available for private-label applications. 300 Below also provides metallurgical services as the world's largest and oldest commercial cryogenic processing company, in business since 1966. Through a liquid nitrogen based process, molecular structures of steel components are rearranged to last 200-300% longer for around 20% cost of the component. 300 Below's cryogenic tempering process acts an extension of the heat treatment process used in manufacturing defense and aerospace components, high-performance motorsports applications, 262,000+ gun barrels, sporting goods, musical instruments.


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