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How Do You Engrave Silver?

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In order to engrave silver you will need an engraving tool, Dremel, metal hammer, and tapping hammer. You will also need sandpaper, a torch and a buffing tool. Begin by cleaning the silver to remove the dirt and grease from it. Heat up the silver using a torch until it turns a slight orange color. Let he silver cool a bit and apply pickling solution to clean off the dirt from heating. Now take your engraver and engrave letters or designs into the silver.
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Engraving a piece can make it stand out and help create a special gift or sentiment. Having professional engraving done can get quite expensive, especially because it's charged at a rate per letter. With a little practice and the right tools, you can... More »
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