Okay, on this thread... I have a strange question...
I have created some sterling pendants where I solder a dome onto
another sheet. As a hole is needed for the gases to escape, I
usually create a heart in the back of the piece to make it more
attractive, to compliment the piece.
I use steel shot to polish,(could not afford stainless when I bought
it, but it has held up for 3 years already) . However, because of
the size of the 'heart' in the back, I am getting the long striaght
shot pieces stuck in my dome. So, how can I keep that from occurring
without having to make the 'heart' size no longer look complimentary
to the piece? Do I need to purchase different shot that won't fall
Any help would be appreciated. I truly appreciate the inspiration I
receive on Orchid... (and thank you Metals-Edge!)