What is Razzle Dazzle?
I’ll Tell you!
Plus, I’ll also Show you! :)
I recently took a Trip to Las Vegas for the Sights, Sounds and a Little Gambling Fun.
One afternoon, I end up at the Fashion Mall.
And as I’m Walking by the Stores I see a Kiosk…
It’s the Razzle Dazzle Kiosk!
As shown below…
The Guy at the Counter Stops me and asks if I want my Jewelry Cleaned.
I keep my Jewelry Pretty Clean (at least once a week), so I Kindly Shook my Head No.
He went on to say that “Razzle Dazzle would make my Jewelry and Diamonds Sparkle 20% MORE!“
How is this Possible?
I said to him that a Diamond can’t Sparkle more than when they are Perfectly Clean.
He replied “That’s NOT True!” He told me to think about a Clean Car, and then Picture Putting Car Wax on it. It makes it Sparkle MORE!
“So you’re Applying Wax to the Diamonds?” I say.
“No, but the Solution we use will Enhance the Shine and make any Jewelry, Chains, Bracelets, Earrings, Watches and Diamonds Sparkle 20% More Than Normal“.
He went on to say that “Even De Beers uses it!“
De Beers? Really?
Sounds Too Good to be True.
This is what the Solution or Cleaner looks like…
I Ask him the Prices now that he’s Peaked my Interest.
He says $15 for the Small Bottle, $30 for the Medium, and $60 for the Large.
That’s Pretty Steep for Jewelry Cleaner! Especially when you can Buy Blitz Jewelry Cleaner Concentrate for $6.00.
This Kiosk also Sells 2 other Cleaning Items:
- The Miracle Cleaning Cloth
- The Razzle Dazzle Jewelry Jar
They look like this:
The Price for the Miracle Cloth was $25. The Price for the Jar was $10.
I told him I would think about it, because I was on Vacation and didn’t really want to Lug Stuff around. But, I will say that I was Very Intrigued. These would be Great Items to Test and Review. 20% MORE Sparkle is a Huge Claim! :)
These Products stayed on my mind for the next day or so until I ended up at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood.
Here again was another Razzle Dazzle Kiosk
I decided to Stop and Purchase. But their Prices here were Even More than the First Place. She told me that she could “Upsize” my Purchase for $5.00 more and get the Next Larger Bottle of Cleaner. When I asked about the Difference in Prices, she said they were Owned by Different People.
I then asked her if these items could be Bought Online. She said YES at www.rdazzle.com.
I go online (Thanks Smart Phone), and see their Prices were WAY CHEAPER than the Kiosk’s Prices.
So when I got Home, I Ordered the Small Bottle for $8.00, the Jewelry Jar for $5.00, and the Miracle Cleaning Cloth for $9.00. Shipping was $8.95 more, which, for the Grand Total of $30.95, was still Cheaper than Buying it at the Kiosks in the Mall.
Not a Bad Deal! :)
Once it Arrived, I Tested them out.
Razzle Dazzle Directions & Instructions
The Instructions on the Razzle Dazzle Jar says that it Works for Diamonds, Pearls, Opals, Emeralds, Rubies, Sapphires, Gold, Platinum, Silver, Titanium, Stainless Steel, Chrome, Aluminium, Jade, Turquoise, Onyx, Crystal, and Marquasite.
The Directions for Jewelry and Watches are Simple: Spray, Brush, Rinse with Water, and Buff Dry.
Sounds Easy Enough! :)
For Pearls and Opals it Suggests: Spray, Rub with Fingers, Rinse with Water, and Buff Dry.
The Bottle also says that it not only Cleans, but Prevents Fog and Fingerprints from all these items: Eye Glasses, Sunglasses, TV/Computer Screens, Cell Phones, Auto/Boat Windshields, Motorcycle Gear, Hockey Visors, Ski Goggles, Scuba Masks, Bathroom Mirrors, Sliding Glass Doors, Microwave Doors, Ceramic Tiles, Glass Table Tops, Display Cases, Chandeliers and Much More…
It also says that this Solution is Environmentally Friendly, and is NOT Tested on Animals. It also states: Not Intended for Internal Use!
Let’s Test it!
I Grab 2 Items for Testing: 1) My Diamond Earring (which hasn’t been Cleaned Since Before Vacation), 2) A Brand New Ladies Diamond Ring, that is Perfectly Clean Already (I want to see it Shine 20% MORE). :)
See the Items here:
I Put Hot Water (Really Hot) in the Jewelry Jar, lay down a Paper Cloth, and I’m ready to go…
I Spray the Ring and Earring well, making sure to Hit all Sides, Bottoms and Crevices.
I Grab the Brush as instructed (included if you Buy the Jewelry Jar), and Scrub the items and underneath all the Stones.
Then I Plop the items in the Basket provided and Submerge them in the Water.
I let them Soak for a Minute, then I pull the items out, Rinse them off, and here they are…
I instantly notice a Change in the Diamond Ring.
It’s Sparkling Like Crazy
The Earring, not so much.
I have a Feeling it’s because the Earring wasn’t Perfectly clean to begin with. After all, the Diamond Stud is an VS Clarity, F Color, Excellent Cut. It should be Blinging and Bright!
I decide to Clean the Earring like normal in my Jewelry Cleaner, and Run the Test again.
So I do, I Clean the Earring in my Ultrasonic Cleaner with a Solution of Hot Water, Mr. Clean and a dash of Dish Soap (My Recommended Jewelry Cleaner Solution). Once clean, I try the Razzle Dazzle again…
I Spray the Entire Earring…
I then Brush the Diamond Earring, Rinse it off, and here is the Result:
Did it Sparkle MORE?
YES it Did!
In fact, it does look like it Sparkles more than it ever did. The Light just Dances around the Diamond and really makes it stand out.
Cleaning the Items First Worked Wonders. It Razzle Dazzled my Diamonds! :)
So is it Worth Buying?
Yes! Buy the Small Bottle yourself, as well as the Jewelry Jar and Test them out on your Jewelry. They will Bling like Crazy!
How this Cleaner Works on other items, I don’t know. This is a Jewelry Site and I Primarily Focus on Jewelry Items. Feel Free to Test them out on your Mirrors, Goggles and Cell Phones yourself. :)
But, Hang on…
This Review isn’t over yet…
The Miracle Cloth Review
The Miracle Cleaning Cloth, an all Purpose Cloth, is up for Testing next…
I open up the Package to find one Flat, but Slightly Thick, Sheet of Polishing Cloth. As so…
The Package says that you can use it on Sterling Silver, Plated Silverware, Pewter, Gold, Chrome, Nickel, Steel, Aluminium, Copper, Brass, Auto Bodies, Bronze, Furniture, Enamel and Ceramic Tiles.
As well as: Removing Scuff Marks, Corrosion, Stains, Scratches, Burn Marks, Paint Spots, Rust, Road Film, Rosin Stains and Corrosion from Golf Clubs, Fishing Tackle, Boats, Guns and Motors (Plus 1001 Other Uses).
But how does it Work on Jewelry?
I test it on my Stainless Steel Watch (it says to use ONLY on Dry Items, never use on Wet Surfaces!).
The first thing I Noticed was this:
- It Leaves Black Residue on the Cloth (like Polishing Rouge does)
- It makes your Fingers and Jewelry VERY Oily!
In Fact, it was VERY, VERY Oily! (It Uses Real Coconut Oil!)
The Instructions say to Rub a Small Section of the Article, then Wipe with a Clean, Dry, Soft Cloth. Repeat until the Entire Item is Polished.
I did just that.
It was kind of Gross being so Oily, but I Rubbed my Watch, Wiped, and Repeated the Process.
Did it make my Watch Shine?
Yes! Take a Peek…
It did Buff up and Remove some Minor Surface Scratches from the Watch. But it also Left the Entire Watch so Oily, Slick and Greasy Feeling, it was Hard to Hold onto.
Even after Wiping the Watch Repeatedly with a Dry, Soft Cloth, it did no good.
It was extremely OILY!
Not something I would want to put on my Wrist or Skin.
No matter how much I Wiped, the Oily Feeling Remained.
Even a Day Later, after Repeatedly Washing my Hands and Fingers, they still Felt Oily.
Coconut Oil is CRAZY STUFF!
I ended up Cleaning the Oil off my Watch with my Sonic Cleaner. I couldn’t stand that Greasy, Slippery Mess.
I will say, this Cleaning Cloth Worked Wonders for my Watch, but I can’t get used to the Touch.
It may be Better Suited for other Types of Metals, Instruments, and Tiles, But Not for Jewelry!
I also Tested this Miracle Cloth on a Stainless Steel Ring of mine…
Here’s what it looked like…
It Buffed it up Nicely, it’s hard to tell from the Photos, but it did Remove Scratches and Dings. Once again though, I had to Clean the Item Afterwards in my Ultrasonic Machine just to Remove that Coconut Oil.
So as Far as the Cloth goes, it Works and Works Well.
Just be Prepared for the Oiliness (which may be Perfect for Parts, Furniture, Bronze and Stoves…). I would probably Not Advise using it on Floors though, unless you like to Slip and Slide. :)
But for Jewelry? I think a Normal Jewelry Cleaning Cloth with Rouge Works just as Well. And it’s Cheaper! :)
Not Everything is a Miracle!