Rose Gold Plating Solution – Jewelry Kit – JewelMaster Pro HD (NEW)

Alright, hello everyone! Today we’re going
to be making a little video for you. We’re going to be plating this
nickel-plated fishing lure and we’re going to be highlighting a new exciting
product; our Rose Gold solution. So we’re going to go through the process, show you how we could plate this item with our Rose Gold. It’s not important that it’s a fishing lure that’s just the item we chose because it has a nice texture to it. It really shows the color well. So it could be anything, imagine jewelry, you know, a necklace, pendant, something like that. Anything that would really fit into
these beakers here. As you see we’re using the Jewel Master Pro HD. That’s our new kit if you haven’t seen it and it’s great! So we’re just going to go through
the steps real quick describing them as we go along. Okay, we have it hung here in the Electro Cleaner solution. This is the first step for most processes. As you see
it’s held on the gold bus bar there. That’s the negative current and then
we’ve got the positive current coming up over the back through this anode here.
It’s a stainless anode, just plugs right in the back there. We’ll put that in there
for about 30 seconds. It’s nice and clean. Rinse it off here in this rinse water
beaker. Now we’re going to go on to the Surface Activator solution, it’s the second
step. As I said this is a nickel piece. For most basic metals, this is the same
three-step process that you would use. If it were steel or stainless steel you would just need to change this Surface Activator out for Woods Nickel Strike
and a bagged nickel anode. So that looks good and activated. Now before you Rose Gold something, it’s
really best if you apply, even just a thin layer of, yellow gold. So let’s go
ahead and do a final rinse here of the piece before going into the yellow gold. So we’re going to put on a 24k gold. So over here we’ve adjusted the voltage. You want to set it to around four, three and a half to four, and once
you put your piece in it will drop down. You then, it will drop about a volt usually. You then adjust your voltage to about, anywhere from 2.7 to 3 volts. We like to go to about 2.8 usually. That just kind of seems to be the sweet
spot for most pieces. So as you see the meter is reading 0.25 amps or 2 and 50 milli amperes and 2.8 volts. We’re going to leave it in there for a minute to
give it a nice gold coating on it. You could leave it in there as long as you
want. Just depends on how thick you want that yellow gold layer to be. We’re more for decorative purposes just going to be applying, put it in there for maybe half a minute. Just give it a gold color, then we’ll put
the Rose Gold on top. As you can see in that short amount of time it was gold
plated everywhere. Looks beautiful. Yellow gold, our yellow gold solution is always predictable like that. It delivers great results. Here it is next to a nickel piece that hasn’t been plated yet. Okay, so now what we’re going to do is change out the gold. So what we’ve done is swung this bus bar over to the side and unplugged the anode from its spot there and then you can just pick the beaker up. We had this Rose Gold ready to go ahead of time. We heated it up in the microwave.
Actually having a little microwave for your lab is nice. Got it up to a hundred
and thirty ahead of time and then it’s ready to go. Plugged into the back, swing that bus bar back out in front, now you’re ready to Rose Gold plate. So
we’re just going to get right to it. Go through the 3-step process again, real
quickly. Going to Electro Clean, probably only do these about 15 seconds this time. And what you need to remember to do is adjust your voltage back up to about six
to seven volts. For these first two steps, anywhere in that range will do fine. Okay, piece is Electro Cleaned, looks good. I’m going to activate it just real
quickly. That nice fresh gold layer is a quite active as it is, rinse. We like to always do a double rinse before going into any gold solution, just to prevent
contamination. And now we’re going to adjust the voltage. For the Rose Gold we’ll start at 6 volts. It really has a wide range of use but we’ll try it out at 6 and see what what we think. As you can see it’s gassing real quick here.
It starts to plate immediately, and it will turn Rose Gold really quickly but it doesn’t get the color you’re looking for till about, i’d say 20 30 seconds. We’re going to go ahead and leave this part in for a minute. About, I haven’t been timing it. Yeah, about a minute. After 30 seconds it turns the
color and then anytime longer than that you’re just putting more and more thickness. Yeah, this is our new Rose Gold it works really well. We love it and you’ll see the results here in a second. You can judge for yourself. Look at that! Nice, pink, uniform color everywhere. Go ahead and rinse it off there and we’ll take a look at it. You know, imagine that, that could have been a rack of rings, pendants, anything little fits in there well. And.. just that quick we went from A to Z, Rose Gold Here’s a regular gold. Here we go. We got a yellow gold,
the rose gold there, and then a regular nickel that they all were at one
point. I’ll show you the other side here, the inside. Very uniform, nice plate. And yeah, it’s the same price as the yellow gold per bottle. And this is the Jewel Master,
plating with yellow golden and Rose Gold It’s as easy as that folks. If you have any questions please just let us know. Thanks for watching!

Bernard Jenkins


  1. Is this the largest containers? I want to plate gun parts, slides etc they ate about 8 inches long

  2. If you want to rose plate gold items, do you then have to goldplate them first ?

  3. Hi There, what is the maximum thickness of gold plating achievable? is it possible to achieve 2mm?

  4. Did anyone else notice that the yellow gold solution is rose colored and the rose one is yellow gold colored, strange

  5. Is this rose gold oxidize by time and turns black or it stays same???

  6. I really want to buy the kit for my own use. As I have started this little venture of my own of handcrafted accessories. But the pricing of kit is so high😐 is there any chance of negotiation? I realy really want to buy. Mail me. If you reading this @[email protected]

  7. Sometimes I get a burned rose gold color On a low voltage 1/2 volt from what please?
    rose gold is a difficult color to get. ( am using wieland rosegold )

  8. damn i need this is my life 😍 i'd rosegold plate my entire world 😍😍😍😍😍

  9. Hello bro. Can we leave anodes dipped in rhodium solution during night ?

  10. Great video this is exactly what I was looking for information purposes👏🏻
    How long will last the electroplating once star wearing it?

  11. Who to do 22kt gold on injected wax pattern?? Do u have setup of that,???

  12. Hello no dan la información?? Es español me interesa comprar el kit soy de España

  13. Can a watch be rose gold plated and which kit of yours is the best? And how thick it can be plated to insure it doesnt come off in time? And how to achieve brushed finish? Thank you.

  14. What if you don’t have a gabillion dollars for this jewel master and want to refinish a gilded metal antique table?

  15. Fire your camera man or get better lighting. Also he's got some breathing problems, he needs to see a doctor

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