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My Gold Rings Changed Color?I accidentally soaked my gold rings in my silver cleaner. When I removed them, they were very dull. I tried cleaning them with the right cleaner, and they didn't change. Any ideas what I can do to return their shine?


Jewelry findings and tools for repair.

Repairing JewelrySometimes repairing a piece of jewelry is easy enough to do with tools you might have a round the home. However, detailed work should be taken to jeweler to be repaired properly.


Replacing a Jump Ring - suppies

Replacing a Jump Ring on JewelryDon't throw out your broken jewelry. It is easy to replace a broken jump ring. Let us show you how.


Repairing a Pearl Station Necklace

Repairing a Pearl Station NecklaceThis is a page about repairing a pearl station necklace. When the pearls and other beads on a station necklace come loose and move out of position the piece can look less attractive. Luckily, it can be fixed.


Elastic Beaded Bracelet on a girls wrist near string of matching beads and small gold beads loose on counter

Repairing Elastic BraceletsThis is a page about repairing elastic bracelets. Elastic bracelets are a popular costume jewelry accessory. However, over time the elastic can stretch or break.


Getting Knots Out of a Gold Chain

Getting Knots Out of a Gold ChainGetting a knot in a necklace can be frustrating but removing them without breaking the chain can be easily accomplished. This page has advice about getting a knot out of a gold chain.


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Removing Scratches on a Gold Ring?This is a page about removing scratches on a gold ring. Rings that are worn daily can get scratched.


How to Untangle a Necklace

How to Untangle a NecklaceThis is a page about how to untangle a necklace. Untangling a necklace can be very frustrating.


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Use Pencil Eraser For Earring BackLose an earring back while at work? Cut the top off of a pencil eraser and use that to hold your earring in place.



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Gold Post Earrings Turned Red?My gold post earrings have turned red. Why?


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WD40 To Protect Cheaper JewelryWhen buying cheaper jewelry, rub it with WD 40 then let dry. This will keep it from turning. Rub with a soft cloth


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String Pendants On Unusual MaterialsThink out of the box and use unusual materials. I ran into some acrylic hair "hand braid" for 99 cents, and it's great for stringing my pendants! It's strong, trendy, the right width to string pendants, and a nice color, too! So now I have oodles of "cord" to string all those orphan pendants in my jewelry boxes. Just resurrected one!



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Painting Gold Earrings?I have lots of old cheap gold earrings. I would like to find a way to paint them. I used gold spray paint but that only lasts for a few days and the jewelry started to have an funny smell, kind of like rusty. Can you advise me on what would be good to use. Also I did not know if I should Use some type of sealant.


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Removing Scratches on a Gold Ring?How can I remove scratches from a gold wedding ring?


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Untangle a Gold Chain?Can anyone tell me how to untangle a gold chain?


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Repairing a Broken Shell Earring?I have a beautiful pair of native earrings and the main piece is abalone. I dropped one and it broke. The pieces still fit together, but I don't know what I might be able to use to repair it without a big blob of glue showing in the repair spot.


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Getting a Knot Out of a Gold Necklace?I just tried the baby powder method with a very small knot in a very thin gold necklace and ended up with the original small knot and at the other end a very large knot. Other ideas?


carved white stone pendant, similar to a cameo

Repairing Porous Lava Rock Jewelry?What sort of white paint or filler could be used to cover a crack in white lava rock carved jewelry?


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