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    They are going for more that I thought :-) Hmmmm

    They are going for more that I thought :-) Hmmmm
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    Thank you, I'll check them out

    Thank you, I'll check them out
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    Paragon SC2 with window

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    I have a Paragon SC2 with window that I'm looking to sell but haven't the foggist idea as to how much to ask. It's in near to new condition. Bought with intention to use for Silver Clay...
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    Wanna swap??? only kidding. Thanks for the...

    Wanna swap??? only kidding. Thanks for the suggestion I already find that the bottom self is a waste of space and that would make use of it.
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    Yeah, I did think about the sachet of silica gel,...

    Yeah, I did think about the sachet of silica gel, I'll do that as well......................... I don't want these chains back, if I do they are going straight to scrap
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    Thanks again peter, I'll give the Renaissance Wax...

    Thanks again peter, I'll give the Renaissance Wax a try. The only things in the cabinets are my jewellery and it's not everything that it's happening to. Grrrr.
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    Hi Peter, thanks for your reply. The chains have...

    Hi Peter, thanks for your reply. The chains have been displayed in glass cabinets which have seen some sun hitting them. Detarnishing and repolishing them isn't much of a problem but the fact that...
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    Help!!! Tarnish problems

    Hi, Looking for some advice. I have fine Sterling Silver box chains that have tarnished in the sun. I have detarnished them with various methods. Nobleclean, concentrated jewellery cleaner,...
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    Hi, I don't work with PMC but I can tell you...

    Hi,

    I don't work with PMC but I can tell you that using a tumbler will deburr rings and polish, it won't even out any bumps or deep scratches and the like. That kind of work needs to be done...
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    Hi Neil, I too use MEK but considering moving...

    Hi Neil,

    I too use MEK but considering moving over to Acetone to reduce the flame temp a bit more. I mostly use flame tips 18,19 &20 hence the microflame 60. Tell me more about this flux based...
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    Drawing down drives me insane, I hate it with a...

    Drawing down drives me insane, I hate it with a vengence. Those drawing tongs like like some form of torture impliment and tend to shy away from it.

    I use from 0.3 through to 2mm, I prefer to...
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    Hi Neil, I have a Microflame 60 and use it...

    Hi Neil,

    I have a Microflame 60 and use it mostly for my chainmaille, not everything is soldered but the weak points most definately are. Having said that I am more and more moving towards...
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    I fully agree with Dave, I too use what every...

    I fully agree with Dave, I too use what every dish washing liquid is handy, nothing special and have done for many years. Although I do sometimes use Barrel Bright Plus occasionally.
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    Thanks for the welcome Dennis, I'm sure George...

    Thanks for the welcome Dennis, I'm sure George and I will have lots to talk about and experiences to share.

    Frances
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    Hi, just found you last night

    Hi,

    Been using cooksons for years but didn't realise that they had a forum, so I just wanted to drop by and introduce myself. I'm Frances and have been making sterling silver jewellery for a...
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