Enamel Pin TIPS and CARE 101
How to remove our locking back
1. Push the tip up with your fingertips while holding the pin, wiggling and twisting slightly can help. No need to use too much strength. Kids might need help from an adult.
How to clean pin surface for non-screen printed enamel pins.
Warning: Don't rub pins that have screen printed elements. This can remove parts of the design.
1. Take a clean soft cloth or cotton swab and dip it in a solution of 70% isopropyl alcohol.
2. Wipe/swab the edges of the metal and areas where there is dirt.
3. Let dry naturally and you have a shiny pin!