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Genuine Copper 3mm Corrugated Crimp Covers, Bag Of 10
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Genuine Copper 3mm Corrugated Crimp Covers, Bag Of 10

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Genuine Copper 3mm Corrugated Crimp Covers, Bag Of 10

Lead and nickel free.
Sold As: Bag of 10
Size: 03mm
Material: Copper
Shape: Round
Bin: I1-129
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Rating copper 3mm corrugated crimp cover
 
Nice little covers… a high polished copper color.. very nice for that extra touch!
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Reviewed by:  from s Carolina. - 8/4/2014
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Rating Copper 3mm Corrugated Crimp Covers
 
I don't usually make things with copper, but my friend does so I bought one for me & one for my friend who loves copper. I love corrugated beads. I will probably make a copper necklace and use them.
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Reviewed by:  from Copper Findings. - 6/25/2013
Questions and Answers
Q: How do these crimp beads work?
Asked by: - 5/29/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: Crimp covers aren't crimp beads. Crimp covers are used to cover crimps; when closed, they look like small round beads so the ends of your beaded jewelry a more polished, finished look than exposed crimps.

To use crimp covers, you simply slip them on over your crimp bead (after it has been crimped) and use chain nose pliers to gently press the ends of the crimp cover together.

3.2mm crimp covers work on crimp beads and tubes that measure 2mm.
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