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LOOSE PEARL IN RING QUESTION

QUESTION ABOUT A LOOSE PEARL IN A RING

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Loose Pearl In Ring Question

A Reader Writes in and Asks Me a

QUESTION:

SHARON IN TALLAHASSEE, FL, WRITES:

My Pearl Fell out of my Ring. I Have the Pearl.

What Type of Glue is Used to Reset the Pearl?

ANSWER FOR SHARON:

Hi Sharon.

While some Jewelers use a Special Epoxy Glue, many Jeweler just use Super Glue.

This is what you do:

Gently Scrape all the Old Glue off the Pearl to make sure the Pearl is Clean from any Debris (Be Very Careful you Don’t Harm or Chip the Pearl).

Then put some Glue on a Toothpick and Dab it in the Pearl Hole and Post on the Ring.

Just don’t use Too Much Glue because Glue will get all over the Pearl. Use just enough to Secure the Pearl Well!

Then Clamp the Pearl Down with Strong Tweezers to apply Pressure to the Pearl while it Sets.

Once it Starts to Dry, Set the Pearl Ring Aside for at Least 24 Hours Before you Wear it.

Good Luck with the Glue, it’s Fun Stuff! :)


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Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner Jewelry Steam Cleaner
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Gold Acid Test Kit Watch Tool Repair Kit
Ring Adjusters EMT Emergency Ring Cutter
10x Jewelers Loupe Jewelers Microscope

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