21 Ways To Make Your Broken & Boring Jewelry Sparkle Again by Choz 44 - Musely
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21 Ways To Make Your Broken & Boring Jewelry Sparkle Again

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  • 1. Pack necklaces with a straw to prevent tangling.

  • 2. If necklaces are too thick for the straw method, use Press’n Seal saran wrap.

  • 3. Sprinkle already knotted chains with baby powder to untangle more easily.

  • 4. Use silicon adhesive for a DIY way to make a ring smaller.

  • 5. Prevent tarnishing and turning your skin green by painting costume jewelry with clear nail polish.

  • 6. And keep the gold from chipping off costume jewelry with clear gloss acrylic spray.

  • 7. Give clear jewelry a boost of color with a coat of nail polish.

  • 8. Transform boring jewelry with colored enamel spray.

  • 9. Fix cheap broken chains with fishing line.

  • 10. Use a button to keep pairs of earrings together.

  • 11. Put bracelets on by yourself using a paper clip.

  • 12. Turn your necklace into a headband by adding an elastic hair tie.

  • 13. If you drop a small earring, ring, or shiny object turn off all lights and use a flashlight.
    Stop crawling around on the floor! The stones or metal will reflect the light beam right back to you.

  • 15. If your silver is already tarnished, clean it up with toothpaste.

  • 17. Make 14K gold extra shiny using light beer.
    Make 14K gold extra shiny using light beer.

    The acids in light ales work best to polish gold jewelry (with no stones).

  • trick to convert vintage clip-ons to pierced earrings.

  • 19. Make your own all-natural jewelry cleaner.

    All you need is tea tree oil, baking soda, and witch hazel or white vinegar.

  • 20. Resize a watch by adding or removing links.

    You can find the tiny screwdrivers in any eyeglass repair kit.

  • 21. Make necklaces longer by adding a bracelet.


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