Elegant + minimal raw brass neck cuff / hand-hammered, sanded, and shaped beautiful by itself or layered with other pieces, this beauty encourages play + experimentation.
While a lot of HEIR babes love how the brass components of their jewelry patina (change color over time with wear), others want to keep their brass jewelry BRIGHT + SHINY and we want to facilitate that... so we created this step-by-step guide for cleaning and polishing your brass jewelry or anything you own that is brass, copper, stainless steel, chrome, pewter, or bronze
you will need your darkened brass jewelry, a bottle of brasso(on amazon for $6 but also available at most pharmacies and grocery store)s, and an old rag that you don't mind getting gross. a few pretty plants around doesn't hurt... hehe
pour a dime sized amount of brasso on one corner of your rag and squeeze it together to spread it out a little on the cloth.
begin rubbing the brasso portion of the rag along your brass piece / you can already see it shining up half of the neck cuff
after applying brasso, grab a clean corner of the rag and thoroughly rub off the remaining brasso - the more you rub the shinier it will get.