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I was just talking with a friend this week about silver and copper jewelry and how to clean it. First of all, I always forget to mention to you guys that the little recycled gift boxes I send my pieces in to you have some fluff in it. That fluff is meant to slow down the natural oxidation that happens when true metals mingle with air. I buy them for that reason and not just because I like fluffy things. If you aren't wearing your jewelry out and about then I would keep them in your little boxes. When silver and copper are worn, and touching our skin, then they oxidize even more happily! Some people like it when jewelry darkens a little with age and some people don't. There are a lot of things on the market these days that you can use to naturally clean your jewelry. By making a thick, thick paste of baking soda and water you can rub that on your jewelry and then rise off with a little water. Be sure to dry it well afterwards because sometimes the water will leave water spots behind and drive you bananas. There are little polishing pads that I use on pieces that don't have a lot of patina. They are miniature sand papers, really. Not super strong but enough to take off the top layer of oxidation and remove patina. So, you have to be careful with those and use very gentle pressure. If it really drives you nuts then you can mail them back to me and I will polish them with my polishing tools and mail them back. Also, I tend to mail your packages with flowers and herbs that I grow in my yard and home. You can throw them out when you get them or put them on a shelf. I do it because they smell wonderful and I hope they make you smile. They get a little crispy after a while and not so cute, though. ha ha ha! These little rat earrings with the tiniest of whiskers are in the mail today. Leif, if you are out there. Hello! I hope you love them!
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I just sent this little pair off today as well! I made them from thick solid sterling silver that are hand cut and soldered onto sterling silver posts and ear butterflies. I always give them little eyes and tiny, tiny whiskers. I have a listing for these little rats in my Etsy shop if you want some for yourself!
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#rat #rats #ratsofig #ratsofinstagram #petrat #iloverats #ratlover #ratstagram #animallover #vegan #veganjewelry #whatveganswear #crueltyfree #notforexperiments #handmade #tiny #miniature #ratjewelry

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I just sent this little pair off today as well! I made them from thick solid sterling silver that are hand cut and soldered onto sterling silver posts and ear butterflies. I always give them little eyes and tiny, tiny whiskers. I have a listing for these little rats in my Etsy shop if you want some for yourself!
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#rat #rats #ratsofig #ratsofinstagram #petrat #iloverats #ratlover #ratstagram #animallover #vegan #veganjewelry #whatveganswear #crueltyfree #notforexperiments #handmade #tiny #miniature #ratjewelry

I was just talking with a friend this week about silver and copper jewelry and how to clean it. First of all, I always forget to mention to you guys that the little recycled gift boxes I send my pieces in to you have some fluff in it. That fluff is meant to slow down the natural oxidation that happens when true metals mingle with air. I buy them for that reason and not just because I like fluffy things. If you aren't wearing your jewelry out and about then I would keep them in your little boxes. When silver and copper are worn, and touching our skin, then they oxidize even more happily! Some people like it when jewelry darkens a little with age and some people don't. There are a lot of things on the market these days that you can use to naturally clean your jewelry. By making a thick, thick paste of baking soda and water you can rub that on your jewelry and then rise off with a little water. Be sure to dry it well afterwards because sometimes the water will leave water spots behind and drive you bananas. There are little polishing pads that I use on pieces that don't have a lot of patina. They are miniature sand papers, really. Not super strong but enough to take off the top layer of oxidation and remove patina. So, you have to be careful with those and use very gentle pressure. If it really drives you nuts then you can mail them back to me and I will polish them with my polishing tools and mail them back. Also, I tend to mail your packages with flowers and herbs that I grow in my yard and home. You can throw them out when you get them or put them on a shelf. I do it because they smell wonderful and I hope they make you smile. They get a little crispy after a while and not so cute, though. ha ha ha! These little rat earrings with the tiniest of whiskers are in the mail today. Leif, if you are out there. Hello! I hope you love them!
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#rat #rats #ratstagram #ratsofig #ratsofinstagram #petrat #cute #crueltyfree #notforexperiments #friends #adorable #vegan #veganjewelry #herbs #ilikefluffythings

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