Have you ever been in a rush to leave the house, only to realize that your favorite necklace has become so tangled that you weren’t going to have time to undo it?
If so, you’re not alone. Fortunately, learning how to untangle a necklace with salt is an easy way to make sure that this doesn’t happen again.
Read on for our simple guide on how to use salt to quickly and easily unravel a knotted or tangled necklace.
How to Untangle a Necklace with Salt
Step 1: Gather Your Supplies
The supplies you’ll need are simple: just some table salt and the necklace itself. You can use either regular table salt or sea salt – whichever you have available will work fine. Once you have these two items, you’re ready to begin!
Step 2: Generously Sprinkle the Salt Onto the Necklace
Once your supplies are together, generously sprinkle the salt over the entire length of the necklace. Make sure that all of the knots and tangles are fully covered with salt. This will help keep everything in place while you work on untangling it.
Step 3: Begin Unknotting The Necklace
Once your necklace is covered in salt, it’s time to start unknotting it. Start at one end of the necklace and gently begin undoing any knots or tangles that you can find.
As long as there is enough salt still on the chain, this should be relatively easy since all of the pieces will stay put while you work on them.
Be careful not to pull too hard – if something seems stuck or won’t budge, try using tweezers or another tool to help get it out of its knotty situation.
Step 4: Rinse The Necklace
Once all of the knots have been undone, rinse off your necklace with warm water until all of the remaining salt has been removed from it. Your formerly tangled necklace should now be good as new!
With just a little bit of table salt, anyone can easily and quickly untangle even the most knotted-up necklaces with ease!
Whether you’ve got a few minutes before heading out or simply want an easier way than using hairpins or other tools, this method is surefire way to make sure your favorite jewelry looks great again without having spent hours trying undo every knot by hand.
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