How to Maintain Your Slip Knots
Use needle nose pliers to pull firmly on the leather tail located at the end of the knot.
Trim the tails of any excess leather, but be sure to leave enough length to keep the knot secure!
Sterling Silver Care
One of the best ways to keep sterling silver beautiful is to wear and take care of it.
Poor Cat® silver contains 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper and it may tarnish over time. Tarnish appears when silver is exposed to chlorine, sulfur, humidity, perspiration, cosmetics, household cleaners, other chemicals and even salty air.
The best way to care for you silver is to properly clean it with warm water and a silver care cloth on a regular basis.
Silver care clothes are available for purchase