How To Fix A Broken Earring Stem. Straighten a bent tip by bending it then filing the end to a point with a fine emery board. But no worries post earrings are even easier to fix - all you typically need is a dab of glue I like to use the E-6000 brand on the back of the post closure to connect it back to the actual earring and with a little drying time preferably at least 12 hours they should be good as new.
Hold the broken edges together and place the stake or splint along the edge. Brace the stem if it. A metal alloy with a low melting point simply referred to as solder is melted and used to reconnect the broken pieces together similar to an adhesive.
Hold the broken edges together and place the stake or splint along the edge.
If one or both of your earring posts break off and are lost this is the right service for you. First make sure the post is lined up with the notch in the opposite side of the earring--you can use your fingers to gently a little at a time bend the post back into position so that it will meet the opposite notch when closed. You may need to sand these areas andor wipe them with rubbing alcohol or acetone nail polish remover. Clean the left over glue off the jewel and also off the place in the earring where it was glued.