|:) on Nov 22, 2014 @ 08:54 pm|
Thanks for sharing
|Tangled Jewelry on Mar 17, 2015 @ 08:01 am|
Hi Dnigro, That is what I was going to suggest also Baby Powder.I used it when my Neck Chain got tangled.A friend of mine told me that it was best to keep my Neck Chains in a Egg Crate,this way they won't get tangled.It really works to and then I put them in a Drawer.Some of these tips really come in handy.
|Tangled Jewelry on Mar 17, 2015 @ 11:42 am|
Lots of patience lol been there done that.
|jewelry on Mar 17, 2015 @ 12:19 pm|
Well then! Thanks for the tip! I got all my mom's jewelry when she passed away, a lot of the necklaces and bracelets are badly tangled. I'll be trying this for sure...
|Thanks for sharing! on Mar 17, 2015 @ 12:25 pm|
I didn't know that baby powder could solve that problem. I'll try it next time. I usually patiently undo the knots but this trick would save me time. :-)
|Tangled Jewelry on Mar 18, 2015 @ 01:34 am|
I am defiantly going to try the baby powder. Thank you.
|Tangled Jewelry on Mar 18, 2015 @ 01:25 pm|
If you're storing them in a drawer, I've heard of threading the chain through a drinking straw so it can't knot itself again.
|baby powder? on Mar 18, 2015 @ 05:22 pm|
I will try the baby powder next time, but I usually use a pin or my fingers.
|Tangles on Mar 22, 2015 @ 04:40 pm|
I hate when this happens, I broke a lot of chains like this. Thanks for the tip :)
|Tangles on Mar 22, 2015 @ 09:22 pm|
I usually just pins/safety pins, or just a lot of patience. I'm a knitter so I'm used to dealing with tangles. If it's something I know I can easily fix with jewelry pliers, I'll actually just go ahead and break it. But only do that if you're sure you can fix it and know what you're doing. The baby powder trick sounds so cool!