metal tarnishing

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mommy115 wrote
on Dec 8, 2012 6:27 PM

I have found the tarnishing of metal components to be a somewhat distressing problem.  I want to start making some pieces to sell but worry that the items will tarnish after the buyer has had it for a while.  I'd be interested to hear what others are doing to deal with this problem.

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ottercat wrote
on Dec 8, 2012 7:52 PM

There are several posts dealing with your problem (mine, too).  Just put 'tarnish' in the above Search box and check out the results.

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SCB1 wrote
on Dec 8, 2012 8:09 PM

I just inform the customer that the item is made using sterling silver and that it will tarnish. To help keep the piece looking it's best, I suggest you keep your price in a plastic zip-look with a piece of white teachers chalk. This will help retard the tarnish process. 

Happy Beading!!

Sue,

Small-town USA. 

Michigan.

 

 

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