Reddit Reddit reviews Magnasonic Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner with Digital Timer for Eyeglasses, Rings, Coins (MGUC500)

We found 55 Reddit comments about Magnasonic Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner with Digital Timer for Eyeglasses, Rings, Coins (MGUC500). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Magnasonic Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner with Digital Timer for Eyeglasses, Rings, Coins (MGUC500)
Cleans dirty jewelry, eyeglasses, watches, utensils and more in minutes using only tap waterGenerates 42,000 Hz of ultrasonic sound waves for a powerful yet gentle clean that won't harm your valuablesDigital display with 5 preset cleaning cycles (90, 180, 280, 380, & 480 seconds) and auto shut offExtremely easy to operate, includes basket to keep items secureGenerous 20 oz (600 mL) capacity
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55 Reddit comments about Magnasonic Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner with Digital Timer for Eyeglasses, Rings, Coins (MGUC500):

u/bsohm · 8 pointsr/wicked_edge

Amazon US Cleaner

Everyone has different budgets but Amazon has them for $35

u/gogosolar · 7 pointsr/fountainpens

Great question... now I have one for you -

What method are you using to clean your pen?

Edit - how do you flush your pen?

Lamy's website has a short instruction video here but it is really short... and low on details.

I would suggest you get yourself a Bulb Syringe for a few bucks from your local drug store or dollar store and flush with the bulb syringe. Amazon and pen shops such as Goulet also sell them. Also check Goulet's video about pen flushing (and others on YouTube. Flushing with cold/luke warm water with a single drop of dish soap usually works.

Next step could be an ultrasonic cleaner -

Some inks will 'stain' fountain pen materials (some dark blues and reds) which can take a bit more work.

Good luck with your fountain pen cleaning.

u/AudioCasanova · 6 pointsr/Nootropics

That's why you have to buy one of these suckers

It's pretty easy to make phytosomes actually. Just liquify some lecithin (equal amount to the amount of substance you're trying to prepare) by letting it sit in warm water than blending it. Add your desired substance to the mixture, then pour some of the solution (I think doing small amounts at a time works better than doing the whole thing at once) into the ultrasonic cleaner, turn it on and stir it as it is running.

Bam! You have your own phytosome complexes :)

u/onewordnospaces · 5 pointsr/lifehacks
u/rcw16 · 4 pointsr/weddingplanning

This is the one I got. Just a note: The research I found said that it works well on diamonds and other hard stones, but if your stone is softer (like an opal) it can damage the stone. Also, if you have a diamond with a lot of inclusions, it can make them bigger.

u/InfiniteZer0o · 3 pointsr/Warmachine

I use an ultra sonic jewelry cleaner with gem and jewelry cleaner or simple green. Then just hit it with a tooth brush. Works great.

Watch leaving plastic in simple green too long, eventually it will eat the plastic.

u/thewishmaster · 3 pointsr/Invisalign

I have this one:

(Not an ad, it was the cheapest one I found at the time that seemed acceptable)

u/loxandchreamcheese · 3 pointsr/Invisalign

I have this one. I use it 2x a day with a denture tablet when I am home and it works wonders. If I am traveling or at my boyfriend’s apartment I just use a denture tablet... doesn’t work as well but does a good enough job for my trays on weekly changes.

u/SailorShinyUmbreon · 3 pointsr/weddingplanning

Here’s the one I got. I love it. I use it to clean everything: rings, necklaces, sunglasses, phone cases — basically if it’s small enough and not electronic, I put it in there lol

u/HoustonIV · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

First: Soak in cheap rubbing alcohol (remove o-rings first).

Second: Filled with hot water, dish soap and vinegar.

Third: Toothbrush and soapy/vinegar water from ultrasonic cleanser.

Fourth: Empty ultrasonic cleaner and fill with clean, distilled water. Put your rinsed RDA pieces back in the cleaner for max time.

Fifth: Rinse and dry thoroughly.

Edit: spelling... ugh

u/baldylox · 3 pointsr/jewelry

If you want to keep your rings clean all the time, you can invest in an inexpensive ultrasonic cleaner. Most of them use a powder-based cleaner that you mix with water. They don't use much water, and the solution will last a long time unless you're cleaning 20 pieces a day. If your well water is too hard, just use bottled water.

Mine was a bit more, but you can purchase a good ultrasonic cleaner for ~$40:

u/vinnycordeiro · 2 pointsr/fountainpens

It says that it have just 3 minutes cycles, that's too low. I'd recommend a cleaner with at least 8 minutes cycle, like this one: , which isn't that much expensive after all.

u/Divinorum76 · 2 pointsr/Vaping

I use this Magnasonic US cleaner. It does a decent job but I can't recommend it. I've had to repair it once (because of this!) and it is limited to 480sec (8min) maximum cycle. I usually run it two or three times for cleaning atty's.

u/Outlawtadpole · 2 pointsr/Gunpla

I have and really like this one.

u/robeschi · 2 pointsr/fountainpens

I got this one a few weeks ago and it makes a big difference in the amount of time I spend cleaning pens. Not only am I spending less time cleaning them, but more of them are cleaned more often because it's so easy to do.

u/account_poubelle · 2 pointsr/france

J'ai essaye un nettoyeur a ultrason de ce genre. C'est impressionnant toute la merde qui se detache d'on ne sait ou et que tu vois naviguer a la surface en quelques secondes.

u/Kaldaus · 2 pointsr/Vaping101

This is an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner its under 30$ and works really well, you can use this to clean all your vape stuff and it takes very little effort. I highly suggest looking into getting one, it will save you a LOT of time and effort, and really works a lot better anyway, best of luck to you and happy vaping :)

u/nopaleslocos · 2 pointsr/Invisalign

Got the Magnasonic and can’t recommend it enough. I love it and you can choose the amount for the cycles (shortest is 3 min) Magnasonic Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner with Digital Timer for Eyeglasses, Rings, Coins (MGUC500)

u/andrewcb88 · 2 pointsr/Nootropics

I am going to buy this one
Been meaning to order it but keep slacking. I got a whole chart ready to check out with the machine plus a bunch of supplements. Going to order today.

u/SmashFucker · 2 pointsr/Warhammer40k

.. by Jove, I think I am. I've heard of folks using brake CLEANER to strip models, hence my knee jerk reaction.

You can get an Ultrasonic on Amazon for like $40.

It's also really good at cleaning uh smoking paraphernalia, not that I would know.

u/Cilreve · 2 pointsr/modelmakers
u/FluffyUnlinked · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I used this one, and it got the job done pretty well. Usually, ultrasonic cleaners that are sufficient enough for casual use are under $50, while more "professional grade" or "industrial" ones will cost more than that. As for the process, it's tedious, but simple. I disassembled the switches until I got something looking like this, then I organized the parts into piles. I then washed each respective part pile by putting them in the cleaner and submerging it in water, and adding a very little amount of dish soap (about a quarter of a teaspoon). I ran the parts through the cleaner twice. To rinse them off, use distilled water so there are no water impurities left on the parts after the water evaporates. Finally, I waited for the parts to dry, I click modded them, and I put them back together.

Also, I'll head to the /r/olkb question thread to inquire about the Preonic case.

u/Basketframe · 2 pointsr/Invisalign

Not sponsored. I love this thing - nightly 3 minute clean.

Magnasonic Professional...

u/canttakemyusername · 2 pointsr/RepLadies

I have a Sonic jewelry cleaner from Amazon that works wonders!

u/Papacrown · 2 pointsr/wicked_edge

I bought my fiancé a ultrasonic jewelry cleaner for her ring from amazon and I stuck my month old Merkur in there and it came out brand new after about 5 mins.

My DE is usually almost completely white with soap scum after every shave, and I even rinse it with alcohol once I'm done.

Here's the link, we used about a teaspoon of mild dish detergent to go with it.

Magnasonic MGUC500 Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry & Eyeglass Cleaner With Digital Timer

Also, my GF's ring looks like new after putting it in there.

u/funk_wagnall · 2 pointsr/AskEngineers

I work with ultrasonic plastic welders and cutters. You can find welding quality ultrasonic stacks on ebay for relatively low prices (these are 700W approximately). Here. Here. Here.

You can also try to buy crystal stacks directly. These are usually designed for use in ultrasonic cleaning baths (50W approximately). Here. Here.

Alternatively you can try buying a consumer grade ultrasonic stain remover Here or an ultrasonic cleaning bath Here

Also, good luck, at least the systems I work with are irritatingly sensitive, especially when it comes to the design of the knife or tool.

u/Anangel84 · 2 pointsr/Moissanite

Ultra sonic cleaner - - and a touch of dawn. Blindingly beautiful when they come out ❤️

u/Lewis312 · 1 pointr/jewelry

Good to know. To clarify, she currently uses these two products - should we stop using them? What if there's no solder joints, would your opinion change? Magnasonic Cleaner & Jewelry Concentrate cleaner

u/xx2000xx · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Back in the day we'd all use to just boil the hell out of our tanks and drip tips and but it was rare to see anything that wasn't stainless steel.

Now I use this this ultrasonic cleaner that's popular on this sub:

First with a drop of dish soap, then you can lift the basket out and rinse it and dump the water and do one more washing. I gotta say the hype was real and it'll get inside every nook and cranny. Just be careful though because it has some power and a lot of the time grub screws will come out and hard to spot those suckers when they're nice and clean now too.

Something like this is a must for every vapor too: - I'm sure Amazon has something similar and just figure out the conversion to Metric.

u/Int3rnalFury · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

no problem! the drop holy pandas are very inconsistently lubed. some have very little if any and others people have reported that theirs were overlubed, but general consensus was that no batch of received switches had been lubed consistently and that one switch from a batch could not be held to be lubed equivalently to another. mine seems to be on drier side and some were indeed more lubed than others. I just decided to relube everything.

this ultrasonic cleaner did the job for me:

just add a little bit of dish detergent or dawn and stir the watter a bit so it somewhat mixes, not bubble over XD, before you put the switch parts in for cleaning. it runs for 480 seconds max per time you turn it on. meaninng roughly 8 minutess. I would run it twice at 8 minutes and then just gently use tap water to rinse them slightly. From there, i would just let them dry.

u/WVildandWVonderful · 1 pointr/wedding

This is the one I use. I like it very much!

u/Butlerian_Jihadi · 1 pointr/Waxpen

My experience with consumer ultrasonic cleaners has been great. If you fill the chamber with water, but use a separate container to hold iso & your gear, you won't have to worry about cleaning.
I use this little fella
[Sorry hyperlink isn't working] which was $30 when I bought it.

That and a shallow tupperware. Any cheap ultrasonic with reviews, really, just get the dimensions of the chamber and make sure you can find a suitable container. I remember reading about an immersible ultrasonic transducer, like just drop the end in a bucket and it vibrates the water, but couldn't find anything. Just industrial ones.

u/airtightalright · 1 pointr/wicked_edge

I did not go this fancy but here's one on amazon. I wish I had taken "before" photos to show you, but it looks brand new.

u/DarthChaos · 1 pointr/XWingTMG

They're used to clean jewelry.

Magnasonic Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner with Digital Timer for Eyeglasses, Rings, Coins (MGUC500)

u/aclapp1626 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I would absolutely recommend washing any new attys before use. If you have an ultrasonic cleaner, that is one of the best ways. If you do not, you can put it in a dish of hot soapy water, making sure to take it apart, and letting it soak for a few. You can then rinse and put in some vodka if you so choose, just make sure that if you do that you rinse really really well.

If you are interested in a reasonably price ultrasonic cleaner, heres one that Ive seen pop up a couple times here.

u/sofauxboho · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

They do still make the Provari, and even have the older versions. And they're still expensive! But if you're willing to invest it really is exactly what you describe wanting for the way you vape, minus the TC stuff. And they really do last. I beat on mine for a year and a half and only stopped using it when I "upgraded" to higher output but worse made devices.

The corrosion and gunk issues you've described would explain the resistance variance you've observed. Electrical connections really want to be clean. Even oxidation or corrosion you can't see will have an effect. If you can see it, it will likely have a major effect. I'd suggest a simple ultrasonic cleaner and some scrubbing. I have this $40 model and it works a treat:

If you want to get super serious about cleaning (and you might want to!) grab some of this to go with:

And you're right. I know people who keep the same Ecig for years, and I know people who post about ecigs on the internet, but not anybody who does both. Good on yah for actually getting your money's worth out of your gear! I hope you can find something that'll hold up. I will say that my authentic Kayfun didn't degrade the way you describe, and I had it for a year. You might try and figure if yours is authentic or not.

u/kablaq · 1 pointr/Warhammer

For airbrushes, I'm personally a fan of the Neo by Iwata, especially their gravity feed (cup) model. The brush is well built, fairly easy to take apart and clean, and has very few issues with most paints and other products you may put through it.

I picked mine up on sale for around $50, and if you have a Michael's or Hobby Lobby nearby, you may be able to pick it for less with one of their one-item coupons they release occasionally. It's also nice if you have a hobby store near by as you can drop in a pick up replacement needles or nibs if you accidentally drop it >.>; . Needles and nibs typically cost in the 10-15 dollar range for replacements, so not too terrible.

For compressors, a simple compressor with a tank will work wonderfully, so long as it has a proper pressure regulator and water trap. I have this compressor and it works well, after I got the correct airbrush hose to attach to the NEO.

There are a couple extra tools that can help with airbrushing as well, but most can be picked up at a later point. Something I would recommend that you get with the initial purchase is a spray booth. This allows you a place to spray into and capture many of the errant particles of paint from your airbrush. Combined with a proper respirator mask, it will ensure that you don't breath in any of the particulate from airbrushing, and hopefully don't have airbrush paints drying on items they weren't directly sprayed on. I would say of the two, the mask is the most important to have.

A quick-disconnect is useful for cleaning and swapping airbrushes, but isn't really necessary at first. A cleaning pot is also useful as it gives you a dedicated space to spray out leftover paint and cleaing fluid, and should stay fairly contained.

I would also look at purchasing a ultrasonic cleaner further on, as it is amazingly helpful for cleaning the airbrush when paint has leaked into the body, or spilled into places it shouldn't be.

Other's can probably offer advice as well, but that's what I currently use. Hope this helps!

u/redbluewhiteorange · 1 pointr/Invisalign

Magnasonic Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner with Digital Timer for Eyeglasses, Rings, Coins (MGUC500)

u/Kistler125 · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Just picked up this on amazon

Did some research and they all seem very much alike, so I decided to just spend $10 above the avg price for the one with the most/best reviews. Let’s see how it goes this weekend!

u/tralce · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I have one and I would recommend it to anybody, but it is not a requirement by any means. I used to use rubbing alcohol, Q-tips, water, and time to clean my tanks, and it worked extremelt well.

With the ultrasonic I can get 5 tanks/RDAs clean in under 10 minutes. I run hot water, chuck the gear into the cleaner with the water, run it for 3 minutes, then use my air compressor to blow any excess water away. Honestly takes longer to reassemble everything than the cleaning takes.

Still, unless you're really anal about cleaning, or have a crapton of gear that needs cleaning often, you do not need one.

u/Lucifer-52 · 1 pointr/modelmakers

It does pretty well and was inexpensive. Doesn’t do all the work tho. Still have to rinse, wipe out the cup, and disassemble, but spares a lot of work I think.

u/kulinasbow · 1 pointr/fountainpens

This is the one I use and I’m very happy with it.

u/thirstyross · 1 pointr/portabledabs

Sure, I bought this one, but there are a bunch that are all really similar so I'm not sure it matters too much...good luck!

u/digiplay · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

This is the one I have. It's worked very well for me.

I'm just pasting out of the amazon app so if there's some kind of affiliate link (I'm not getting paid) it's unintentional

MAGNASONIC Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry and Eyeglass Cleaner With Digital Timer MGUC500

u/BigZippo · 1 pointr/edc_raffle

Magnasonic Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner with Digital Timer for Eyeglasses, Rings, Coins (MGUC500)

u/AnTi90d · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I've considered ultrasonic cleaners. Right now, I just use scalding hot water, then a vodka bath, then I dry them on a paper towel in front of an air purifier.


20oz (600ml) seems to be the standard for personal use ultrasonic cleaners. Anything larger than that is well over $100.

These are the two most popular ones on Amazon:

u/magnesiumvs · 1 pointr/CysticFibrosis

I'd never heard of anyone doing it either. I just got curious about ways to clean the foils better and started experimenting. I just use soap / water in the solution and run it for about 10 minutes.


u/NeedsSleepy · 1 pointr/metalworking

I can’t really tell, but I haven’t worked with jewelry. Someone else here might be able to. Silver? Pewter? Zinc?

You could try cleaning solution or an ultrasonic cleaner. Many jewelry stores have those machines if you’d like to have someone else do it. If you use a solution, test a spot on the back first to make sure there won’t be a reaction.

u/gsdrakke · 1 pointr/bjj

I went with a more expensive model then some others.

MAGNASONIC Professional...

u/HerpDerpenberg · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

mine was $40 on amazon and it's nice for cleaning jewelry too haha

u/Br4veNewW0rld · 1 pointr/AnycubicPhoton

It's difficult to get the excess resin off of areas that have support. The surface tension causes it to pool.

I recommend getting an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner. You can find them on amazon for around $20 USD. Fill the cleaner with isopropyl alcohol and let it vibrate for a few minutes. It will solve the problem.

Alternatively, you can try and scrub out the areas with a toothbrush, but I find that it takes to long and the results aren't as good as the ultrasonic cleaner.

EDIT: I just checked and they are actually closer to $40. I have this one and it works great.