Black PU Leather Bracelet Spikes Rivets Single Row Wrist Cuff Punk, Goth, Death Metal, Dark Soul, Alternative Fashion.
Black PU Leather Bracelet Spikes Rivets Single Row Wrist Cuff
Black PU Leather Bracelet Spikes Rivets Single Row Wrist Cuff, Goth, Death Metal, Dark Soul.
– Style: Punk.
– Dimensions: Length 23cm, Width 2cm.
– Metals Type: Zinc Alloy.
– Material: PU Leather.
– Clasp Type: Hidden safety clasp.
This product is made-to-order. It will take between 15 to 20 days to produce, quality check and ship to UK based customers. International shipping might take longer depending on location.
ABOUT PU LEATHER
PU leather, or polyurethane leather, is an artificial leather made of thermoplastic polymer used for making furniture, shoes and many wearable fashion accessories. 100% PU leather is completely artificial and is considered vegan.
– PU Leather costs less than genuine leather because it is easier to manufacture.
– PU doesn’t absorb water which makes it easy to clean.
– 100% PU leather is vegan.
– PU leather can be made into a variety of colours and styles.
– Unlike leather, PU leather doesn’t dry out over time.
– Better for sustainability because it uses fewer resources to make.
ABOUT STAINLESS STEEL
Stainless steel remains stainless, or does not rust, because of the interaction between its alloying elements and the environment. Stainless steel contains iron, chromium, manganese, silicon, carbon and, in many cases, significant amounts of nickel and molybdenum. These elements react with oxygen from water and air to form a very thin, stable film that consists of such corrosion products as metal oxides and hydroxides. Chromium plays a dominant role in reacting with oxygen to form this corrosion product film. In fact, all stainless steels by definition contain at least 10 percent chromium.
Stainless steel does not rust because it is sufficiently reactive to protect itself from further attack by forming a passive corrosion product layer. Because of its durability and aesthetic appeal, stainless steel is considered to be an excellent material in the production of jewellery.
LOOKING AFTER YOUR STAINLESS STEEL JEWELLERY
Like many other metals, stainless steel can get scratched and lose it’s lustre but restoring it is easy to do and can be done right at home.
The simplest way to clean your stainless steel jewellery is with a bit of soap and water when it’s dull and dirty. This helps clean off any pollutants and grime on your jewellery. Remember to please use a mild liquid soup and warm water.
Soak the stainless jewellery in a bowl containing a mixture of mild soap and warm water and let sit for a few minutes. Next, take a soft cloth and rub the jewellery. For hard to reach areas, like grooves or engravings, you can use a soft-bristled toothbrush that will ensure you reach those hard to get places. Once you’ve thoroughly cleaned off your jewellery, reassure you’ve dried your piece with another lint-free cloth to remove all possibilities of water spots.
Generally, it is ok to shower with your stainless steel jewellery on.
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