Tools - Tongs

Having the right pliers is essential when you make your own jewelry. We have both Tip flat pliers, round tongs and tongs in our range.

With the three pliers, you are well-run to make jewelry with boxes, with eightyer numbers, with clamping beads and all kinds of wire work .

What do you use the different pliers for?

Tip flat pliers:

This seaweed is as the name suggests pointed and flat. It is good for reaching places where there is very little space. Eg. Is it good for squeezing clamping beads with, as there is often very little space when the clamping bead needs to be squeezed in place between the last pearl and the lock.

The pointed flat pliers are also indispensable when making eight numbers. You use it to hold onto the box when you eventually wrap the thread 2-3 times about yourself. It is also really good at getting the cut end to settle nicely on the windings you have made so that it does not struggle and bother.

In addition, the pointed flat pliers can be used to bend correct angles on the thread. With two pointed flat rides you can open and close boxes without getting marks and in a way that the two ends meet exactly.


Round aangle:

The round pliers have two round jaws that tip at the end of the seaweed. It is used to make round shapes such as when you need to make the egg on your eight -time number. Depending on where on the tip of the tongs you are bending your jump ring For the eight, you get a different size of the box.

Consider what size the one should have. If it is to be big, you need to work with the part of the jaws that are closest to the handle and if the island is to be small, work with the opposite end of the jaws of the round.

If you need to make a piece of jewelry where it is very important with uniformity in the eight -talls, you can put a small line on the place on the round tongue with a thin permanent field with a thin permanent marker.



The bitten length is, as the name suggests, good for biting the jewelry thread with. It works well with silver, gold, double, non -hardened brass, copper, leather, nylon cord and other.

It is not recommended to bite steel wire with it, as it requires a pliers in a stronger material and will destroy the jewelery bitten.

Our tongue is small and only designed for jewelry use. On the other hand, it is also really good at it, because it can reach in small places where a regular tongue would not be able to get to.

That way, you can avoid situations where you can't bite the remaining thread of far enough against the jewelry. It just looks more delicious when the details are in place!


How do I look after my jewelry tongs?

If you take good care of your seaweed it can last for the rest of your life.

It is important to avoid sources of moisture as it will cause the seaweed to rust. If rust has arrived on the seaweed, it will put marks in your jewelry thread, be sure to wipe it off if water comes on.

If necessary, give it some machine oil as a regular routine once a year. If it is already equipped, if the rust is relatively superficial, it can be cleaned by using machine oil and the coarse side of a dishwashing sponge.


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