Hey all, I’m looking for solution to a problem. Every once in awhile
I have whole trays full of rings and other sterling jewelry which have
tarnished naturally overtime. In the past, I have gone through and
used the cloth or dip to clean the each and every individual piece. I
was wondering if any of you have had experience with using a rotary
tumbler to take care of such a problem. If so what type of media you
use, and under what condition did you use it.
I have been using steel shot in my finishing process, however, I have
never quite managed to get the pre-charged walnut shell to work
properly. The Rouge always seems to stick to to the jewelry as
opposed to leaving a nice shiny finish, which is after all what I am
attempting to accomplish. I have gone through this process using both
a wet and dry method.
I would much appreciate some suggestions.
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