Selling Diamonds Nyc

If you find yourself in a financial bind, you may be thinking about selling your diamonds to a shop in NYC. You can get cash now by bringing your items in to Unlimited Buyers on West 47th St. Unlimited Buyers has unlimited funding for their customers who may have big ticket items.
Maybe you’re not certain if you want to sell your diamonds outright- but you still need cash. Unlimited Buyers will also make a collateral loan for your diamonds. Instead of selling your diamonds in their NYC shop, you can take a loan against your items, and when the loan is paid back, you can get your jewelry back. With Unlimited Buyers’ collateral loan program, they have helped thousands of people in the NYC Metro area and are the number 1 choice when people need a collateral loan and have luxury items.
There are many reasons why people sell or borrow money against their jewelry. If you need money to pay bills, buy a car or even fund real estate, Unlimited Buyers has a safe and secure location and unlimited funding capabilities, so that no matter what your item’s value, they can give you the best and unlimited price on it, guaranteed.
Choose the company that more customers choose, for maximum value and peace of mind. Customers who are selling their diamonds in NYC love to do business with Unlimited Buyers because their payouts are the highest in the city. That means more money in your pocket for your items. Unlimited Buyers buys gold jewelry, gold luxury watches, gold and diamond rings and other gold items. If you have items you want to sell or borrow against, bring them to the shop on West 47th St. or call their office at 212-764-6725 .
Taking your diamonds to an nonreputable place of business could be a big mistake. Unlimited Buyers is a company you can trust if you’re selling your diamonds in NYC. They have been in business for decades in the diamond district and are the first original buyers of luxury items on the block. Let Unlimited Buyers evaluate and give you the highest price possible for your watch, gold, diamonds, or anything else of luxury.
Unlimited Buyers is NYC’s first choice for selling diamonds in the NYC area. With a convenient midtown location that is open 6 days a week and an unlimited funding capacity, what’s not to love about doing business with Unlimited Buyers? They also buy and loan for all scrap and and broken gold as well as high and luxury designer gold from top designers like Cartier, Tiffany and other designers. If you’re selling your diamonds in NYC, there’s no better place to bring your items.
Get cash for your diamonds when you bring them in to the NYC location. Unlimited Buyers will carefully weigh, examine and get you the best and highest price, no matter if your lending or selling your diamonds in their NYC shop.

Selling Diamonds Nyc

Unlimited Buyers & Lenders

(212) 764-6725
37 W 47th St #203

New York NY 10036 US


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Moody Reviews

These pads feel *heavenly* to wear. Soft, barely noticeable but not too lightweight, and they stay in place all day!!! I love them, I can’t wait to get my next paycheck so I can order more. :) these were my first experience with the switch to reusables and I’m very impressed. If anyone else is on the edge of starting this route, GO FOR IT. Especially if you’ve ever suffered from itchiness from those plastic pad materials..this is so much better.

Lydia

It's my first time buying reusable pads and I'm really happy with this pair. The print and design sold me, but the comfort and reliability have exceeded my expectations. They work for daytime and overnight use with no problems compared to disposable pads. Wish I bought these sooner. They're a total game changer for periods.

Kim

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Emily

High-quality, low maintenance reusable pads! Really nice, and they do stain but that can’t really be helped aside from doing a quick handwash before tossing it in the machine. Will definitely be purchasing more in the future!

Joey

These are the best!! They are not bulky and the fabric is so comfortable. I have tried shapes and patterns from several of the best selling shops and these are my favorite.

Ada

I like that they have metal snaps! The ones I have with plastic snaps do not last as long. I think these will hold up for a few years. Thank you!

Phoebe
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I know right!? Ok, so cloth menstrual pads are a washable, reusable alternative to disposable pads. Pretty sweet, right?

  • The regular absorbency pads are good for light to moderate flows. They are 100% cotton, with a layer of terry cloth (towel material) inside for absorbency. Cotton is a moisture wicking and breathable fabric, which allows menstrual fluid to dry rapidly, keeping you comfy and dry. This also means that these cloth pads can absorb a surprising amount of fluid!
  • The heavy absorbency pads are perfect for moderate to heavy flows. Heavy pads are longer than regular pads. These pads are primarily cotton, with cotton flannel and terry cloth for absorbency and breathability. Additionally, they have a layer of polyurethane laminate (PUL) inside. This is a waterproof, laminated fabric that protects you from leakage. In the heavy pads, the PUL lining is in the pad core (the part that’s shaped like a peanut)!
  • The overnight cloth pads are great for heavy flows, and for overnight use. Overnight pads are longer than heavy pads, and flare out at each end. These pads are made of cotton flannel, cotton terry cloth, and PUL lining. In the overnights, the PUL lining extends throughout the entire base of the pad, so even the wings are leakproof!

Cloth liners are lovely for really light days, and as a backup for a tampon or menstrual cup. They are made of five layers of cotton. They are soft, barely noticeable, and peace of mind for that bit of protection.

Moody V regular absorbency pads and cloth liners are made with 100% cotton, which makes your down-there oh-so happy. Cotton is a breathable, moisture wicking fabric that creates a difficult environment for yucky bacteria like yeast to grow. 

Disposable pads are mostly synthetic, which is fully not nice to your body. They’re made out of bleached wood pulp (what the?) and non-biodegradable materials.

Moody V’s heavy cloth pads and overnight cloth pads are also primarily cotton. They have a polyurethane lining inside, which keeps moisture from leaking through. This lining is non-biodegradable (I know, it sucks). But remember, you’re not just gonna throw it away, you’ll probably use it like, 100 times.

The regular absorbency pads are made with cotton flannel and cotton terry cloth (like a towel material). Liners are just cotton flannel. Ugh! So simple! Love that!

The heavy cloth menstrual pads and overnight cloth pads are made with cotton flannel, cotton terry cloth, and polyurethane laminate. Ugh! Slightly less simple but still wow amazing and great! Love that!

Look at the “Wh-. . . What? Who? Where? What?” question at the top of this FAQ page to learn out each variety of pads work!

Method 1: Rinse with cold water ASAP to reduce staining. Machine wash cold, then air dry thoroughly to maintain a nice shape.

Method 2: Machine wash cold, tumble dry.*

*Method 2 gets your pad clean and ready to use again real quick, but may result in light staining and scrunching-up in the dryer. (Stains fade over time and you can stretch the pad gently with your hands to un-scrunch it.)

Some folks like to keep a container of cool water in their bathroom so they can soak their pads until they’re ready to wash them. This helps remove stains without using chemicals or potentially fabric-damaging products.

It’s recommended to avoid using fabric softener, as it makes fabric less absorbent.

Another good rule of thumb is not to use anything on your pads you wouldn’t wash your underwear with. Your pads are gonna be up close and personal with a sensitive area, so avoid harsh or irritating chemicals when washing them.

Cloth pads contain several layers of fabric, which means it might need extra time drying. Make sure they’re super dry out of the dryer or dry them in the sun to prevent mildew. Do be aware that sun-drying can result in fabric discoloration.

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