GEM & LAPIDARY
Premium Cleaning Guns for Lapidary, Rockhounds, & Jewelers
Collectable gems, minerals, rocks, and stones must be cleaned when removed from the ground. Precious stones must also be cleaned. Typically, the only item used to clean gems, rocks and stones is good old water.
Our most popular cleaning gun for this type of rock cleaning is the Mystic Spray Gun.
We suggest you turn the Mystic Gun upside down in order to remove any residual water left at the end of the day. We also suggest you oil the Mystic Gun regularly. A quality gun like the Mystic Gun can last for years with proper care.
Replacement parts are readily available for daily shipment and there is never a shipping charge.
Did you know that a lapidary is an artisan that forms stone, minerals, or gemstones into decorates items.
The Latin word for "stone" is lapis; in that language, something "of or relating to stone" is described as lapidarius. Gem cutters obviously relate well to stone, and during the 14th century someone decided that lapidarius should be related to them. The spelling of the term was modified, and it was borrowed into English as a name for both gem cutters and their art. Since the 1700s, lapidary has also been used as an adjective describing things having the elegance and precision of inscriptions carved on stone monuments or things relating to the art of gem cutting.