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How To Repair Broken Gold Necklace Yourself // Quick And Easy Jewelry Fix

How To Repair Broken Gold Necklace Yourself // Quick And Easy Jewelry Fix


So I got this gold chain necklace a week ago and second time I wore it, guess what it broke So I called Macy to have a fixed, but its gonna cost extra $40 So I just decided to fix it myself and let’s see if I can fix myself or not This is what I have at home. They may not be the perfect size. I think the crimp bead It’s a little too big and so if you’re going to buy them It’s a good idea to pay attention to the size and make sure they match First check the broken necklace Make sure you don’t slide the string into the broken chain link so I slide a wire into one end of the necklace chain and Then do the same thing use the same end of the wire to go through the chain again Then I cut the wire so the first easy solution is to tie a square knot and that’s it It’s easy for an emergent case but since I’m not sure about this specific wire I have andI want it to be more secure so the second method is to use this cream bead It’s 14k plated so it’s kind of match the necklace color But to be honest, I think it’s a little bit too big I would suggest to go down one size or maybe using a tube next time so first feed one end of the string into the bead and Then feed the other side up wires through the bead And then and then tie a knot and it worked I use a plier to flatten the beat, then I try to pull the bead a little bit to make sure it’s secure and It’s finished Also don’t forget to trim the wire It’s easy isn’t it I’m pretty sure you can find a smaller crimp bead or tube to make it look nicer. This is just an idea Let me know what you think and if you a better way to do it definitely. Let me know. Thank you

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