Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Product Review: PowerMax Jewellery Cleaner

At a Glance:
Price: RM12.50 (approx. US$4.16)
Weight: 230ml
Made in: NA
Likes: Works like a cham, makes jewellery so shiny! :D
Gripes: Smells funny
Repurchase: Of course! :D
Jenn's Rating: 5 Stars! Wish I've found this sooner!!


Product Description:

Cleans & Restores the Original Shine of Jewellery

  • Effectively removes dirt, grime and tarnish on even hard-to-reach areas to restore the original brilliance to jewellery.
  • Leaves a protective layer on jewellery for a sleek, smooth finish and longer lasting shine.
  • Non-abrasive formula is suitable for various types of jewellery - gold, silver, platinum, copper, stainless steel and costume jewellery.
Also suitable for restoring old coins, trophies, brass and silverwares, costume chain belts and other metal applicances.

Actual Product Pic:

Texture & Scent:

Check out how shiny my newly-cleaned bangles look on the right!! <3

This jewellery cleaner is quite runny, so be careful when you pour it out of the bottle. This foams up a little when you brush / scrub it against your jewellery, but it rinses out quickly and easily.

This has a very strong chemical scent that i don't like! >.<


This comes in a fuss-free plastic bottle. The dispensing hole is huge though, so becareful when you pour the solution out:

Price & Availability:
This product is priced at RM12.50 but it goes on sale often (I got mine for RM9.50 or something). It's available solely at Cosway outlets. Click here to find a stockist near you.

Soak jewellery for at least 10 minutes. Longer soaking time and light brushing are required for difficult stains and larger items. I used an old toothbrush to scrub them, but i guess a polishing cloth works too! :)

Another sneak peak - see how shiny they are?? :D :D

Rinse thoroughly under running water and dry with a clean cloth. Solution can be reused. Discard solution when it turns murky.

CAUTION: DO NOT USE on aluminium and porous jewellery like pearls, amber, opals, corals, lapis lazuli and jewellery with water soluble glue or fixings. If in doubt, do a spot test first. Dab the solution onto a hidden area and wait for 5-10 minutes. Keep out reach of children.

My $0.02:

Mums really know best!! I was complaining to my mum that I had no choice but to throw away all my costume jewellery because they've all oxidized and tarnished like crazy when she suggested that I gave this product a whirl and see if it helps remove the darkened stuff on my jewellery or not. I'm sooo glad that I did because it really works!! :D

Talk is cheap so i'll show you pictures to prove it! :D

2 of my necklaces - tarnished and ugly! :(

After soaking and cleaning with this solution:

A side by size cloze up so you can see the difference clearer:

Once I found out that this actually works, i spent several hours cleaning every single jewellery i have, and this worked beautifully for all of them!! Now I have my full range of stuff to accessorize my outfits with again! I'm beyond happy!! Thanks mum for helping me save hundreds of ringgit!! :D :D

Credit: Product pic from


  1. omg~i need this,thanks for sharing

  2. dunno if it will work on mine or not... a little apprehensive, but it makes your stuff shine lah!

    HOW? :P i scared....

  3. I've used similar stuffs but most of the time, after cleansing, the jewelries go darker afterwards, I hope it doesn't happen to you!

  4. Pig Goddess: you're most welcome!! :D

  5. plue: try la, since its not expensive at all! Maybe can test on a small spot first and see if it works or not?

  6. Nikki: oh dear... your comment got me rushing home to check my jewellery!! >.<

    Thankfully they're still ok. But it's only been like 3 weeks or so! =/

  7. hello,if my accessories are not stainless steel..isit ok to use this product?

  8. That's just $4? I can't believe how clean the jewellery is after soaking it in the solution.

  9. I think that solution is quite strong. Can it clean some sensitive metals like rose golds?


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