something spectacular amongst all of the interesting objects. I've even started taking E with me. He
and I go on "treasure hunts" while we are there. I'm not a huge fan of the "crystal" section but this
little number caught my eye.
I knew it's original purpose wasn't as a ring holder, but I thought that it would be such a cute place
to put my rings when I wasn't wearing them. I have a million jewelry boxes and holders but I wanted
an easy access solution that I would actually use and like on a daily basis.
I took it home and gave it a good polishing and it looked brand new, for about a month. Then it
began to tarnish and being the
successful first try with gold Rub N Buff I decided to give the silver version a try. Three, that's how
many trips I had to make to Michael's before they restocked their silver RNB. Of course each time I
went in, I found something new that I needed to distract me from my original purpose. I finally found
it one afternoon and nabbed it before anyone else could.
I laid a very professional paper plate down, pushed play on the DVR and got to work. I hesitated in
the beginning because I did kind of like the antiqued look but eventually the RNB won out.
This time I applied the RNB to a paper towel (instead of my bare fingers) and smoothed it on the
metal surface. It adheres much nicer to metal than glass or ceramic from my experience. I then
applied a second coat. Voila, dry in less than a few minutes!
& close up
The best part is that I'll never have to polish it again!!! It brings a bit of a modern look to it don't you
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