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pepper60 11-06-2006 02:54 AM

Clean Diamonds with Vodka
Honestly: Experts recommend vodka as a cleaning solution for diamond jewelry

So I searched for more on this subject and found this:

TransBorder Marketing, Inc. Launches the World's Most Expensive Vodka
Filtered with Actual Cut Diamonds

NEW YORK, Feb. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- CEO and Founder Rudy N. Vogel announced today the formation of TransBorder Marketing, Inc., a global company organized to create, develop and market unique imported luxury products to sophisticated consumers throughout the world.

The new company's first product launch through its TransBorder Spirits USA subsidiary will be vodka imported from Poland which utilizes an industry first patented diamond filtration process. The process utilizes nearly one hundred diamonds of up to one carat in size, and results in a Vodka with unsurpassed clarity and smoothness.

DIAKA(TM) Vodka, an acronym for 'diamond vodka,' represents the ultimate expression of luxury to connoisseurs accustomed to the finest products in the world. The patented process is the culmination of over five years of research and development. DIAKA(TM) introduces a new standard of excellence and quality in the spirits market place: it is The Platinum Standard(TM).

Equal in luxury to the Vodka is the DIAKA(TM) bottle. It is produced in a never-before-utilized manufacturing process that allows crystals to become part of the bottle itself. The bottle is considered an important creative breakthrough in design and manufacturing for the industry.

Vogel said, "We are poised to take the ultra premium vodka category to a new level of taste and sophistication. DIAKA(TM) is part of this new Platinum Standard at the top of the category. Vodka constitutes the largest segment of the U.S. liquor market, and high end vodka continues to grow at a blistering pace."

The Vodka lover continues to demonstrate a willingness to pay for quality. DIAKA(TM) reflects a lifestyle shared by the cognoscenti of style, entertainment and the arts. It is truly Fashion You Can Drink(TM).

Karen 11-06-2006 06:53 AM

If it can clean diamonds, imagine what that stuff does to your insides!

pepper60 11-06-2006 10:46 AM

My thought, exactly

Christine 11-06-2006 11:31 AM

:drinking53: :drinking53: just finished (hic) cleaning my diamonds:drinking53: :drinking53:

Kelly 11-06-2006 12:05 PM

is that why it burns as it's going

Karen 11-06-2006 12:37 PM


Originally Posted by critbunny
:drinking53: :drinking53: just finished (hic) cleaning my diamonds:drinking53: :drinking53:

lol Good one, Christine!

Dru15 11-06-2006 01:58 PM

I've always cleaned mine with a toothbrush and toothpaste. Works good.

pepper60 11-06-2006 02:57 PM


Originally Posted by Dru15
I've always cleaned mine with a toothbrush and toothpaste. Works good.

Me, too! I tried one of those jewelry cleaning machines and it
flunked my satisfaction test.

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