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Riedel Bottle Cleaner Beads, Clear, One Container - 0010/05

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Description

  • The useful bottle cleaner of the glass collection Bottle Cleaner help to prevent sediments in carafes and decanters.
  • Used correctly, the bottle cleaner can be reused indefinitely!
  • Please note that these cleaning pearls cannot be used in some decanters, such as Horse and Black Tie Face to Face.
  • Package dimensions: 1.0inches L x 1.0inches W x 1.0inches H

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Customer Reviews

Works great. Keep the jar somewhere safe.I really like how these work, which is to say "really well".I really hate the package. The little jar that the bearings live in doesn't close securely. The lid is tight, but it's just a friction close, not a screw, I constantly feel like the lid will pop off and we'll have little ball bearings everywhere. That hasn't happened, so maybe I shouldn't worry about it, but I still do.4Works greatGreat tiny beads that get the job done. The entire container of beads will fit into an espresso cup. They do a great job at cleaning up a decanter and with a little vinegar also do a good job cleaning older wine stains. The best part is that they are magnetic! They don't stick to each other but will cling to each other if a kitchen magnet or a stronger neodymium magnet is applied. Makes it very easy to collect them as they do bounce.5Works very well!After much brushing, soaking, and gnashing of teeth I was able to remove a hard water deposit from the bottom of a decanter with these little beads. I found a gentle up and down shaking motion as you swirl the beads around in water to be the most conducive to getting into a satisfying groove as you clean. Shwirling, if you will. OK, sorry. Anyway, very pleasantly surprised at their cleaning abilities.Take care with managing these little guys. As others have stated in previous reviews, the beads want to get away from you as you are dumping, rinsing, funneling, etc. After losing three down the sink and into my garbage disposer, trying (and failing) with forceps and a magnet to remove them from my garbage disposer, and then thanking God they just slipped through the little holes in my disposer and right down the drain, I advise more caution than I exercised on my first go with these.I do plan to try rice as another reviewer suggested, by the way, and these may find their way into the re-gift pile as tiny stainless beads may just be prone to mischief with a couple of clumsy-ish adults, a toddler, carpet, occasional cleaning while under the influence of mild hangover, etc. No regrets, though.Overall, great product!4Love these little beads!I've only used these once but so far I really like them. I have a wine decanter that I was considering throwing out because it was pretty dirty and I couldn't figure out how to clean it. I had tried using a bottle brush and I ran it through the dishwasher and nothing worked. Then I got these beads and they cleaned the decanter pretty quickly. They're easy to use and the container they come in is small so storage is easy. I would definitely recommend!5Great at cleaning, great price, little high maintenance in upkeepI use this mainly to clean hummingbird feeders, which even a bottle brush can't get entirely clean. These babies get to all the hard-to-reach corners and easily remove even the stubborn algae that is hard to scrub off. The challenge with this product comes after use--drying the beads (which is why this is 4-star, not 5). You have to use a mesh scoop of some sort to dry them so basically need a utensil to clean your utensil. The company could have avoided this issue by putting drain holes in the container the beads come in. Still, well worth the hassle for the thorough and easy cleaning job it does. One tip: If you drop the bead down the sink into the garbage disposal (like I did), they're magnetized, so you can sweep them all back up with a good magnet.4Worked fairly well on ancient mineral depositsMy antique crystal decanters from both sides of the family have ancient stains, not color from red wine, but cloudiness at the bottom from mineral deposits from the water in which they were washed over the years and most likely put away still damp inside. For best use, and to maintain control of the small beads, have ready: a small mesh strainer, a plastic kitchen funnel with a medium-sized opening, a 2-cup plastic measuring cup, paper towels, a small deep dish, like a small plastic mixing bowl. Before starting, just to be safe, put a small bit of warm water or white vinegar in the bottom of the decanter (this will keep the steel beads from bouncing against the crystal, possibly cracking the glass as others have reported, when funneling the beads into the decanter). The product comes with a pull out lid once you've unscrewed the cap. Gently pull off the lid. Put the mesh strainer over the measuring cup and gently pour the beads from the container into the strainer. Put the funnel in the neck of your decanter, and gently pour the beads from the strainer into the decanter. Fill the decanter about half way (per the included instructions; I used a 50-50 water/vinegar solution) but others have reported warm water alone worked for them. For two minutes, vigorously swish the beads (this does seem like it is taking forever). Place the strainer over the measuring cup, and pour the water/vinegar mixture with the beads from the decanter back into the measuring cup. Rinse the decanter well in warm water and stand up at a high angle in a drain board or use a decanter drying stand. Best to let the decanter sit this way overnight, as putting the stopper back in prematurely will cause condensation on the inside, thus creating mineral deposits again. I was surprised to see that the wells of my decanters cleaned up really beautifully --- I had not stopped to think that there had to be some slight mineral residue from washing that occurs not just on the bottom, which takes most of the abuse, but along the entire inside of the decanter. Unfortunately, the mineral deposit stains on the bottoms of my antique decanters are just too old to remove completely, but I did achieve about a 60% clean up on the bottom. With the beads in the strainer, gently rinse under hot water. Pat as much water as possible with a paper towel while the beads are still in the strainer. Then use the funnel to transfer the beads into the small deep dish. Dry the beads more thoroughly by hugging them in clumps with your fingers using a paper towel . Let the beads sit out (out of reach of kids or busy areas) for a few hours, then transfer back to the original container. The procedure may seem a bit onerous, but using the funnel/strainer approach alleviates the problem of beads bouncing around and down the sink. :)4PERFECT for any kitchen!I purchased these to help with some glass vases that have small necks and big bottoms.QUALITY: Yes absolutely! They come in this black little tub with a screw top, the balls are very small and yes easy to spill if your not paying attention. Each one has a little bit of a weight to it, so keep that in mind.USE: I put a bit of water and vinegar into the vase first, then roll them slowly down the neck so that they don't just drop plunk to the bottom of the glassware. Be mindful that your using metal inside of glass, so go easy. The water vinegar combo keeps the balls swirling in motion without jumping around side to side. Just slowly build up a good swirl motion to get the beads started and your doing great! Once I have a good swirl going I will tilt the vase a bit so the balls climb higher without ever slamming into the side of the glass. I havn't broken anything yet!WHATS IT FOR: Well I have cleared rust stains off glass, and hard water stains. Soap buildup and flower food residue.HINTS: Yes buy one of those mesh strainers Winco MS3A-8D Strainer with Double Fine Mesh, 8-Inch Diameter Like this one so that you can slowly pour the balls back out of your glassware and not risk losing any. Rinse with some water and then I paper-towel dry them and put them away. I had a spill once before I bought a strainer, so it is a good investment.-----> It is a good buy for those glass items that refuse to come clean or are hard to reach into. <-----5Great For Cleaning Thermoses TooI actually bought these to clean out my thermos. I fill this guy up with coffee just about everyday and, despite scrubbing, a brown film was building up. I couldn't get my hand in there to give it a proper scrub. While visiting my parents, my mom handed me these and they did the trick! Added boiling hot water and some baking soda and just shook it for a good couple of minutes. Success. The inside of my thermos is gleaming now, and the flavor of my coffee no longer has that tangy, old-coffee taste.You can often times pick up ball bearings at the hardware store, which is exactly what these are. The case though, is nice. It's got a second fitted as well as the screw-on lid you see in pictures. A handy, secure way to store these guys so you don't lose them.5FAILED to clean as advertised.After following the directions precisely my decanters were hardly cleaner than before. When they say these beads are tiny, they mean "tiny!" Don't know what the 1-3/4 inch refers to unless they are talking about the diameter of the container they come in..WOULD NOT PURCHASE AGAIN!2I know the instructions said to use a strainer when clearing out the beads - but thats annoying or too much hassleits works well - other than you'll probably lose some beads here and there. I know the instructions said to use a strainer when clearing out the beads - but thats annoying or too much hassle. I have seen in some Japanese store similar items but the beads are encased in a cute mesh bags (about 2 beads) and you put in 2-3 of these small bags (theyre small enough to fit through easily a water bottle) and swish them around. Anyway - thats my recommendation to the manufacturer.3
Riedel Bottle Cleaner Beads, Clear, One Container - 0010/05

Riedel Bottle Cleaner Beads, Clear, One Container - 0010/05

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
NZ$ 88.80
Sale price
NZ$ 88.80
Regular price
NZ$ 148.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (NZ$ 59.20)