Jewellery cleaning product manufacturer Connoisseurs are set to introduce their new jewellery cleaning product, the Fashion Jewellery Wipes, at the Jewellery & Birmingham show February 4-8, 2018, Hall 17-18 Stand #18P16
The Fashion Jewellery Wipes are described as safely clean & boost the brightness of fashion and costume jewellery. The wipes remove dirt, make-up hairspray & lotions that can dull the shine of your jewellery. The wipes are fragrance free and made from Ultrasoft® cloths. They are suitable for use on contemporary metals, plated, plastic and faux gemstone jewellery. The package will contain 15 moist 5”x 7” wipes and retail at £6.99.
Philip Goodman, of Connoisseurs UK commented: “Fashion Jewellery Wipes are the next big thing in jewellery care. They’re the only way women can quickly and easily care for the jewellery they wear most often.”
Gavin Merrison, Goodman’s co-proprietor of Connoisseurs UK added: “The Fashion Wipes meet a clear market need because, so many women are drawn today towards fashion jewellery, some of it expensive.
“Women trust Connoisseurs to care for their jewellery. Now they are trusting Connoisseurs to care for their fashion jewellery.”
The wipes are effective not only on the most popular fashion jewellery brands, but also watches. They work in seconds: Simply wipe your faux jewellery or watch, and give it a sparking shine with no rinsing needed.
Connoisseurs Fashion Wipes, Model 1068. Fragrance-free, Ultrasoft® cloths. Dries quickly. No rinsing necessary. Package contacts 15 moist 5 » x 7 » wipes.
Perfect for all fashion jewellery, including Michael Kors, Alex and Ani, Swarovski, Couer De Lion, Guess and others.
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