No, All of our products are lead, nickel, cadmium, chromium, aluminum, and mercury free. With .999 silver, 14k gold, copper, brass, & hematite (Fe) plate over the substrate.The bracelets are made from brass, which is a copper and zinc alloy. No nickel. You may contact us for a copy of our CPSIA certificates, and we'd be happy to email them to you.
Where do you ship from?
All of our shipments originate direct from our warehouse in China.
We ship via cheapest method possible with the quickest speed to you; orders should be received within 8-14 business days.
How do I use E6000?
1. Sand the surface of the object where you will be putting your bail.
2. Sand the surface of the bail.
3. Using a toothpick or a small stick place a small drop of E6000 on the center of the bail. (E6000 has recently added a small tip applicator that works well too)
4. Gently push the bail onto the object to get an even coat of glue on the bail and the object.
5. Gently pull the two back apart and lay them flat for 2-5 minutes until the glue has leveled on both surfaces and is no longer sticky to the touch.
6. Position the bail in place onto the glass by gently pushing the two together.
7. Lay flat and do not hang or touch for at least 24 hours. If you live in a moist climate, this time will be increased.
Tips:Using a Dremel or coarse sandpaper is best for sanding the bails and object. If your E6000 has been used, it is best to squeeze out the top layer of glue out of the tube and discard it. You will notice that the glue underneath will be more viscous; this is important for the leveling and the best adhesion. If your E6000 is old and no longer runny, get a new tube. It doesn’t adhere well if the glue has aged to this point. Using enough glue to cover both surfaces in step 3 is important, but too much glue will be messy and take too long to dry.
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