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Q: How can I achieve a satin finish on Pewter?

A: You can use a paste of pumice powder and water with a soft brush, or scotchbrite with warm soap and water. ...Read more

Q: What tools do I need to solder Pewter?

A: We would advise not to soldering ImpressArt Pewter blanks as they have a lower melting temperature than even extra easy solder. Pewter blanks are lighter...Read more

Q: At what temperature does Pewter melt?

A: Pewter begins to soften at around 240°C and becomes fully molten at around 295°C. ...Read more

Q: What metals and materials can ImpressArt metal stamps be used on?

A:   Impressart metal stamps can be used on soft metals such as brass, copper, nickel silver, pewter, alkeme, aluminium, gold, and silver.   For...Read more

Q: How do I get my letters to line up straight when I’m stamping a word out?

A: We recommend using our Stamp Straight tape to help line up your letters.   Using the top edge of the tape as your guide, apply it to your stamping...Read more

Q: How can I polish Pewter?

A: You can use jewellers Rouge to achieve a similar shine to that of Sterling Silver. We don’t recommend cleaning Pewter with silver polish as this...Read more

Q: Does Pewter tarnish?

A: Yes, but not in the same way as Silver tarnishes. Pewter will develop a soft patina if left, however its original finish can be restored by washing with...Read more

Q: Does Pewter contain Lead?

A: ImpressArt Pewter blanks are Lead, Nickel and Cadmium free. ...Read more

Q: What is Pewter?

A: Pewter is an alloy comprised predominantly of Tin (92-95%), the remainder is usually made up of Copper and Antimony.  ...Read more

Q: How do I get my letters to line up straight when I’m stamping a word out?

A: We recommend using Stamp Straight tape to help line up your letters. Using the top edge of the tape as your guide, apply it to your stamping surfaceNow...Read more

Q: How do I use ImpressArt stamps?