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How to Melt Jewelers' Rouge.?

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1. Save jewelers' rouge ends until you have enough to fill the top part of a double boiler. Sort the rouge ends by color. Melt each color separately. 2. Seal one end of each toilet paper or paper towel tube with masking tape. 3. Melt the jewelers'
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How to Use Jewelers Rouge
Use jewelers rouge to buff and polish soft metals such as gold, copper, brass, pewter, sterling silver, silver plate, nickel plate, chrome plate, brass plate and copper plate. Jewelers rouge is a type of polishing compound that is used to buff soft,... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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