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Precious Stones Pencil : Cleaning pencil for diamonds, sapphires and rubies

Special pencil with brush for precious stones

Product Number : A118012

4 ml

12,90 €


Product information

Specifically developed for cleaning and caring gel for diamonds, sapphires and rubies.

The pencil is filled with Hagerty's exclusive formula that cleans and makes stones shine.

The cleaning gel contains specific polishing agents and cleansers that bring back the luster.

The soft brush allows you to reach behind the stones and their mountings without any damages.

Easy to use and ideal size even for travelling !

Did you know?

Red is the rarest color for a diamond which also means that these are the most expensive ones.

Rubies and sapphires are in fact of the same family, the corundum. The red color makes a stone a ruby and any other corundum is therefore a sapphire.

The sapphire can have various colors: pink, yellow, orange, green or black. Its content in iron and titanium gives it its most well-known color: blue.


How to use the product ?

1. Twist the upper part of the pencil, until the formula reaches the bristles.

2. Brush it over the stones.

3. Rinse under clear water and dry.


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Precious Stones Pencil : Cleaning pencil for diamonds, sapphires and rubies

Precious Stones Pencil : Cleaning pencil for diamonds, sapphires and rubies

Specifically developed for cleaning and caring gel for diamonds, sapphires and rubies.

The pencil is filled with Hagerty's exclusive formula that cleans and makes stones shine.

The cleaning gel contains specific polishing agents and cleansers that bring back the luster.

The soft brush allows you to reach behind the stones and their mountings without any damages.

Easy to use and ideal size even for travelling !

Did you know?

Red is the rarest color for a diamond which also means that these are the most expensive ones.

Rubies and sapphires are in fact of the same family, the corundum. The red color makes a stone a ruby and any other corundum is therefore a sapphire.

The sapphire can have various colors: pink, yellow, orange, green or black. Its content in iron and titanium gives it its most well-known color: blue.

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