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Step One: The SandingI constantly begin with sanding down my pieces, this part is quite systematic as I go from grade 500 then 1200 and lastly 2000. When sanding, I constantly like to sand in the exact same instructions to get rid of any fine scratches.
Step Four: Another PolishGo back in with your Leather Pendant Wheel and Luxi Blue Polishing Compound. I never ever hurry the last polishing phase as this is where you see your design start to come to life! Once you have ended up with the polishing, provide it a wee enthusiast with a polish fabric, if you find there is still some scratches repeat steps three and 4!
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Step Five: WaxingDont worry I do not suggest the agonizing waxing! I mean adding a wee taint security coat, this is the last phase of my polishing program and is also the peaceful part, it is where you take five minutes to breathe and really appreciate the work that goes into your jewellery!
To use the wax, I pop a wee bit on a cotton swab (You do not want a lot) and offer my earrings a light layer of wax and delegate sit for 20 minutes. After twenty minutes provide your piece a wee buff with a fabric and that is done.
Step Two: The PolishingThis is just the very first polish I offer to my pieces (I did tell you I was a polish fiend!). Start with adding some Luxi Blue Polishing Compound to your leather pendant wheel and begin going around the base of your silver, I like to do this in circular motions.
Our jewellery is greatly motivated by the Art Deco time duration and a concentrate on geometric shapes and is likewise separately handmade in sterling silver from every solder sign up with to that last polish you can know your jewellery was made particularly for you!
Step Three: Getting Rid Of ScratchesOnce you have actually given your piece its first polish, take your additional great rubber burr and go over your piece again, I do this in circular movements and also following the shape of the jewellery. I suggest doing this once or twice.
I became a polishing fiend when I began producing my own jewellery, there was something about taking a dirty piece of silver and buffing it to the point I might see my own crazed reflection that had me in awe! So today I am going to share how I polish a pair of my simple hexagon studs!
You will require: Polishing Compound– Luxi Blue Universal Polishing Compound (997 429) Pendant Motor– Dremel 3000 Rotary Drill Kit and Flexshaft (997 6201) Eveflex Rubber Burr– Extra Fine (970 180) Emery Paper Grade 500 (973 070) Emery Paper Grade 1200 (973 090) Emery Paper Grade 2000 (973 110) Leather Pendant Wheel (999 ACQ) Polish Cloth (997 423) Renaissance Wax Polish (998 118R).