jewelry. Monday , November 20th , 2017 - 08:11:10 AM
The use of elephant hair in making jewelry can be traced back thousands of years. From the continent of Africa to the continent of Asia, it was used all over the world. Its popularity rose after the British conquered and started their rule over many of these countries. Killing endangered animals like tigers and elephants became a sport to pass time and their bones, skins, and hair were used to make gifts that could be given to superiors and their families.
Take a charm along with a wire and carefully insert around 3 inches of wire on top of the charm and twist in the center.
The first step is to remove all the loose dust or dirt on the jewelry piece with the help of the can of compressed air. You can do this by using a soft dry make up brush for this step but be careful as bits of dirt can scratch the surface of the stones. Since one of the rhinestone jewelry components is glass, it makes perfect sense to use a glass cleaner like windex. Fold the paper towel until it is folded into a square with four layers. Squirt the paper towel with the glass cleaner. Now take the brush and blot the bristles onto the dampened paper towel. Make sure the brush is not wet because you do not want any moisture seeping into the rhinestones. With gentle swirls of the brush, clean the rhinestone and the setting. Lay the piece onto the cotton cloth and use the hairdryer on low setting to dry it. Once you are sure that it is completely dry, leave it out for an hour for the moisture to completely dry and then pack it up in an airtight bag and store.
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