Jim, I've been using it a bit lately and found the following to be
When I'm ready to take a piece out of the Jett Set, I reheat it with
a 'heat gun' used with paper arts...a hair dryer will do fine too.
Once it's loose enough to pull from the main mass, I have a pointed
piece of Jett Set warmed up and ready. While the jewelry piece is
still warm from the heat gun, daub the pointed piece of Jett Set into
the crannies where bits are clinging. Like will cling to like and it
all comes out without needing the sonic! Reheat with the gun a bit if
it cools too quickly. This works best if your piece isn't embedded
too deeply - mine are always very shallow.
Donna in Dallas