Sunshine Powderless Cloth " - Dirty Dozen" (pkg of 12)
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Summer Sale 2020. 20% off until July 31, then 15% off to August 16, then 10% off until August 31. The discount will appear in your cart.
Dirty Dozen = 12 cloths for the price of 10
Also available as single cloths: Sunshine Cloth singles
Owner Susan Berry first discovered the Sunshine Cloth as an effective 'tool' for cleaning sterling silver jewelry. An epiphany occurred..."use it for bronze castings!" Now popular throughout the ringing community, it's by far the BEST and most effective polishing cloth for removing finger marks, smudges, and basic tarnish.
General maintenance is important. Wipe off the castings after every rehearsal and/or concert with Sunshine Cloths. For efficiency, we recommend one cloth per ringer - it gradually darkens, but will last normally for a full season.
- Size: 5 1/2" x 7.5"; very effective as a personal cloth for each bell position
- Soft, effective with a special non-scratch micro-abrasive
- No powder residue at all -- easy to use
- Non-toxic, non-scratch micro-abrasives
- Polishing action works until the cloth is completely darkened on both sides
- Also cleans silver, copper and brass; non washable
Helpful hint: it's recommended that approximately once a year the castings be cleaned with Blue Magic cream, to restore the full luster of new handbells.
Thin enough to be kept in their folders but do a great job. We use them after each rehearsal.
As a bell director, I'm concerned with keeping our bells in really good condition. (It's such a big investment). These cloths really do the job. They are the best product I've used. I highly recommend these.
Wiping the bells with these cloths after each rehearsal, saves us from having to clean them as often. Keeps the bells shiny and ready to ring.
These are great for a quick clean up after ever practice. No mess, each ringer keeps one in their notebook, and the bells are always clan and shiny.
We like the sunshine cloths and they have provided time for a bit of camaraderie at the end of rehearsal while we wipe the bells. However, they are quite small so that some people can't use their whole hand to polish.
I bought our bell group these same polishing cloths a few years ago at a bell festival. We have liked them so well (there's no mess or streaking), so I decided to buy another set for our future use.
This is our first set and we love them. No mess and the bells shine at the end of rehearsal. This is the route to go to keep the bells looking good throughout the bell year.
My bells have never been so clean and shiny and even better I don't get all dirty cleaning them. These are wonderful!!
We like the yellow polishing cloths much better that the old red/brown ones. They are smaller, less messy, and do a good job of cleaning the bells.