What's the best way to clean my Jackpot Candles ring?
So! You’ve found your surprise piece of jewelry inside your Jackpot Candle! You’ve probably already gone to our appraisal page (see below) to check out the price tag on your pretty new accessory, but- you find you’ve gotten a bit of wax on your ring or necklace. Don’t panic!
While we carefully wrap each piece of jewelry so it's pristine when it gets to you, accidents happen! It can be hard to get that little package out of there, especially if the wax hasn’t melted enough, or your tweezers tear the foil packaging, etc. I mean hey, a little wax never hurt anyone!
For easy clean up, we recommend getting:
A bowl of warm water
Mild soap or jewelry cleaner
1.Fill a bowl (or the sink!) with warm water. Not warm enough to burn yourself, of course, be careful! Submerge your ring or necklace in the warm water to soak for a few minutes. Once the wax has softened, simply brush it away!
2.If there are smaller pieces of wax stuck in those hard-to-reach places, grab an old toothbrush or a wash cloth. Once you’ve brushed away any larger pieces of wax, take an old toothbrush or cloth, and add a mild soap or jewelry cleaner. Use the toothbrush to slowly and gently scrub away any leftover wax.
3.Once you’ve gently removed any remaining wax from your stunning new ring or necklace, grab a soft cloth to gently pat dry. If you can’t get to those hard to reach places, just let it air dry for a few hours and it’ll be ready to wear!
Our clean up process is quick and easy, with no special tools required! The soy wax we use in our candles has a lower melting point than most kinds of wax, so that makes it nice and easy to clean up. You’ll see any wax stuck to your ring soften quickly once you put it in a bit of warm water for a few minutes.
If you got lost when we mentioned our appraisals page earlier, no stress! We’ll catch you up!
Steps to Appraisal:
Wondering if your ring is worth $100, $500, or maybe even the lucky $5,000 ring? Don’t bother taking it all the way to a jeweler- we’ve got you!
Once you have successfully and carefully removed your ring from your candle, you will find a tag with your new jewel! On the tag, you will find a number code on it.After locating the code belonging to your unique ring, make your way over to our Jackpot Candles Appraisal pagehttps://www.jackpotcandles.com/pages/appraisal.
You’ll find a text box where you can enter your ring code and discover how much your beautiful prize is worth!
(Recipe credits: New York Times’ Classic Hot Chocolate recipe by Melissa Clark; Shaken Together’s French Vanilla Hot Cocoa recipe by Melissa Riker; Tasty’s Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate recipe by Ellie Holland; Well Plated’s French Hot Chocolate recipe by Erin Clarke)
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