Spring – GoldWiser

Whether you buy or sell, make the WISER choice

We Buy Gift Cards !

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WE BUY GIFT CARDS THAT HAVE UNSPENT BALANCES !

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If the cards you have won’t work for buying the things you need,

WALK OUT OF OUR STORE WITH CASH!

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Sell Us Your Gift Cards

Sell Us Your Gift Cards

Sel Us Your Gift Cards

Sell Us Your Gift Cards

.Where we buy your gift cards

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Are your GIFT CARDS at home in a drawer?

They aren’t doing you much good there, are they?

We buy gift cards at our Spring Goldwiser/Gold & Silver Buyers store

at 2121 FM 2920 (next to HEB) 1/2 mile west of I-45.

Visit our store or our website:  http://www.goldwiser.com/

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Bring Your Gold to GoldWiser! Get Cash You Need!

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Bring Your Gold to GoldWiser! Get Cash You Need!

.The price of gold is still going up — 13% since the first of January.

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.Bring Your Gold to GoldWiser! Get Cash You Need!.

Gold is Up! 

NY Gold Price Chart

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.Get CASH you need from GoldWiser – for unused, unwanted or broken jewelry

.Rings – bracelets – chains – pendants – necklaces – much more

.Or for gold coins, bullion or Sterling silver flatware.

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.Bring Your Gold to GoldWiser!  Get Cash You Need!.

Kinds of Gold We Buy

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.Bring Your Gold to GoldWiser!  Get Cash You Need!.

Do You Have Things Like These?

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.What’s in your jewelry box is more valuable than you think!  If you aren’t sure whether some of your items are really gold or silver, bring them to us.  Helping you find out what they are is part of our service.

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.Do you have pieces of jewelry you want to get rid of?  Bring them to us — you won’t ever have to see them again.  And you’ll convert them to money you can put to good use.

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.Bring your Gold to GoldWiser! Get Cash you need!

.In our attractive surroundings.  Deal with our pleasant, professional staff.

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Bring Your Gold to Goldwiser!  Get Cash You Need!

.Attractive, Comfortable Store

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Visit us at

GoldWiser — the wiser choice.

At 2111 FM 2920, Spring

Next to HEB.

or online at http://spring.goldwiser.com

Directions for Cleaning with Inexpensive Products Readily-Available in Your Home

Directions for Cleaning with Inexpensive Products Readily-Available in Your Home

 

.I don’t know about you, but I usually need directions on how to apply/usecleaning products different from the commercial products I’ve used before.  I hope the suggestions below will help you as they do me.

 

.Combinations of the basic products below can provide less harmful substitutions for many commercial home products. In most cases, they’re also less expensive. Here are some formulas for safe, alternative home care products:.
Note: These formulas and substitutions are offered to help minimize the use of toxic substances in your home, and reduce the environmental harm caused by the manufacture, use and disposal of toxics. Results may vary and cannot be guaranteed to be 100% safe and effective. Before applying any cleaning formulations, test in small hidden areas if possible. Always use caution with any new product in your home.   
.Make sure to keep all home-made formulas well-labeled, and out of the reach of children..

.All-Purpose Cleaner: Mix 1/2 cup vinegar and 1/4 cup baking soda (or 2 teaspoons borax) into 1/2 gallon (2 liters) water. Store and keep. Use for removal of water deposit stains on shower stall panels, bathroom chrome fixtures, windows, bathroom mirrors, etc. Or use a citrus-based natural all-purpose cleaner.

Another alternative is microfiber cloths which lift off dirt, grease and dust without the need for cleaning chemicals, because they are formulated to penetrate and trap dirt. There are a number of different brands. A good quality cloth can last for several years.

 

.Air Freshener: Commercial air fresheners mask smells and coat nasal passages to diminish the sense of smell.

 

.Baking soda or vinegar with lemon juice in small dishes absorbs odors around the house.

Having houseplants helps reduce odors in the home.

Prevent cooking odors by simmering vinegar (1 tbsp in 1 cup water) on the stove while cooking. To get such smells as fish and onion off utensils and cutting boards, wipe them with vinegar and wash in soapy water.

Keep fresh coffee grounds on the counter.

Grind up a slice of lemon in the garbage disposal.

Simmer water and cinnamon or other spices on stove.

Place bowls of fragrant dried herbs and flowers in room.

 

.Bathroom mold: Mold in bathroom tile grout is a common problem and can be a health concern. Mix one part hydrogen peroxide (3%) with two parts water in a spray bottle and spray on areas with mold. Wait at least one hour before rinsing or using shower.

 

.Carpet stains: Mix equal parts white vinegar and water in a spray bottle. Spray directly on stain, let sit for several minutes, and clean with a brush or sponge using warm soapy water.

 

For fresh grease spots, sprinkle corn starch onto spot and wait 15 – 30 minutes before vacuuming.


For a heavy duty carpet cleaner, mix 1/4 cup each of salt, borax and vinegar. Rub paste into carpet and leave for a few hours. Vacuum.

 

.Chopping block cleaner: Rub a slice of lemon across a chopping block to disinfect the surface. For tougher stains, squeeze some of the lemon juice onto the spot and let sit for 10 minutes, then wipe.

 

.Coffee and tea stains: Stains in cups can be removed by applying vinegar to a sponge and wiping. To clean a teakettle or coffee maker, add 2 cups water and 1/4 cup vinegar; bring to a boil. Let cool, wipe with a clean cloth and rinse thoroughly with water.

 

.Deodorize:

• Plastic food storage containers – soak overnight in warm water and baking soda
• In-sink garbage disposal units – grind up lemon or orange peel in the unit
• Carpets – sprinkle baking soda several hours before vacuuming
• Garage, basements – set a sliced onion on a plate in center of room for 12 – 24 hours.

.Dishwasher Soap: Mix equal parts of borax and washing soda, but increase the washing soda if your water is hard.

 

If you want to use a commercial dishwashing soap, try CitraDish or Nellie’s All-Natural diswasher powder, which contain no bleach or phosphates.

 

.Dishwashing Soap: Commercial low-phosphate detergents are not themselves harmful, but phosphates nourish algae which use up oxygen in waterways. A detergent substitution is to use liquid soap. Add 2 or 3 tablespoons of vinegar to the warm, soapy water for tough jobs. Or use a citrus-based natural dish soap.

 

.Disinfectant: Mix 2 teaspoons borax, 4 tablespoons vinegar and 3 cups hot water. For stronger cleaning power add 1/4 teaspoon liquid castile soap. Wipe on with dampened cloth or use non-aerosol spray bottle. (This is not an antibacterial formula. The average kitchen or bathroom does not require antibacterial cleaners.)

To disinfect kitchen sponges, put them in the dishwasher when running a load.

 

.Drain Cleaner: For light drain cleaning, mix 1/2 cup salt in 4 liters water, heat (but not to a boil) and pour down the drain. For stronger cleaning, pour about 1/2 cup baking soda down the drain, then 1/2 cup vinegar. The resulting chemical reaction can break fatty acids down into soap and glycerin, allowing the clog to wash down the drain. After 15 minutes, pour in boiling water to clear residue. Caution: only use this method with metal plumbing. Plastic pipes can melt if excess boiling water is used. Also, do not use this method after trying a commercial drain opener–the vinegar can react with the drain opener to create dangerous fumes.

A commercial alternative is to use CitraDrain Build-Up Remover which uses natural enzymes to safely eliminate grease, oil, soap residue and more to keep pipes flowing properly.

 

.Fabric softener: To reduce static cling, dampen your hands, then shake out your clothes as you remove them from the drier. Line-drying clothing is another alternative.

 

.Floor Cleaner and Polish:
Vinyl and linoleum: mix 1 cup vinegar and a few drops of baby oil in 1 gallon warm water. For tough jobs, add 1/4 cup borox. Use sparingly on lineoleum.
Wood: apply a thin coat of 1:1 vegetable oil and vinegar and rub in well. 
Painted wood: mix 1 teaspoon washing soda into 1 gallon (4L) hot water. 
Brick and stone tiles: mix 1 cup white vinegar in 1 gallon (4L) water; rinse with clear water.
Most floor surfaces can be easily cleaned using a solution of vinegar and water. For damp-mopping wood floors: mix equal amounts of white distilled vinegar and water. Add 15 drops of pure peppermint oil; shake to mix. 
.Furniture Polish: For varnished wood, add a few drops of lemon oil into a 1/2 cup warm water. Mix well and spray onto a soft cotton cloth. Cloth should only be slightly damp. Wipe furniture with the cloth, and finish by wiping once more using a dry soft cotton cloth. Or use CitraWood, a natural wood polish.For unvarnished wood, mix two tsps each of olive oil and lemon juice and apply a small amount to a soft cotton cloth. Wring the cloth to spread the mixture further into the material and apply to the furniture using wide strokes. This helps distribute the oil evenly. 

.Laundry Detergent: Mix 1 cup Ivory soap (or Fels Naptha soap), 1/2 cup washing soda and 1/2 cup borax. Use 1 tbsp for light loads; 2 tbsp for heavy loads. Commercial natural, biodegradable laundry detergents are also now available online and in select stores.

 

.Lime Deposits:You can reduce lime deposits in your teakettle by putting in 1/2 cup (125ml) white vinegar and 2 cups water, and gently boiling for a few minutes. Rinse well with fresh water while kettle is still warm.

 

To remove lime scale on bathroom fixtures, squeeze lemon juice onto affected areas and let sit for several minutes before wiping clean with a wet cloth.

 

.Marks on walls and painted surfaces: Many ink spots, pencil, crayon or marker spots can be cleaned from painted surfaces using baking soda applied to a damp sponge. Rub gently, then wipe and rinse.

 

.Metal Cleaners and Polishes:
Aluminum: using a soft cloth, clean with a solution of cream of tartar and water. 
Brass or bronze: polish with a soft cloth dipped in lemon and baking-soda solution, or vinegar and salt solution. Another method is to apply a dab of ketchup on a soft cloth and rub over tarnished spots.
Chrome: polish with baby oil, vinegar, or aluminum foil shiny side out.
Copper
soak a cotton rag in a pot of boiling water with 1 tablespoon salt and 1 cup white vinegar. Apply to copper while hot; let cool, then wipe clean. For tougher jobs, sprinkle baking soda or lemon juice on a soft cloth, then wipe. For copper cookware, sprinkle a lemon wedge with salt, then scrub., A simpler method is to apply a dab of ketchup on a soft cloth and rub over tarnished spots.
Gold: clean with toothpaste, or a paste of salt, vinegar, and flour. 

Silver: line a pan with aluminum foil and fill with water; add a teaspoon each of baking soda and salt. Bring to a boil and immerse silver. Polish with soft cloth.
Stainless steel: clean with a cloth dampened with undiluted white vinegar, or olive oil. For stainless cookware, mix 4 tbs baking soda in 1 qt water, and apply using a soft cloth. Wipe dry using a clean cloth. For stainless steel sinks, pour some club soda on an absorbent cloth to clean, then wipe dry using a clean cloth. 
.Mold and Mildew: Use white vinegar or lemon juice full strength. Apply with a sponge or scrubby. 

.Mothballs: The common mothball is made of paradichlorobenzene, which is harmful to liver and kidneys. Cedar chips in a cheesecloth square, or cedar oil in an absorbent cloth will repel moths. The cedar should be ‘aromatic cedar’, also referred to as juniper in some areas. Cedar chips are available at many craft supply stores, or make your own using a plane and a block of cedar from the lumberyard.
Homemade moth-repelling sachets can also be made with lavender, rosemary, vetiver and rose petals.
Dried lemon peels are also a natural moth deterrent - simply toss into clothes chest, or tie in cheesecloth and hang in the closet.

 

.Oil and Grease Spots: For small spills on the garage floor, add baking soda and scrub with wet brush. Or use CitraSolv nontoxic degreaser.

 

.Oven Cleaner: Moisten oven surfaces with sponge and water. Use 3/4cup baking soda, 1/4cup salt and 1/4cup water to make a thick paste, and spread throughout oven interior. (avoid bare metal and any openings) Let sit overnight. Remove with spatula and wipe clean. Rub gently with fine steel wool for tough spots. Or use Arm & Hammer Oven Cleaner, declared nontoxic by Consumers Union.

 

.Paint Brush Cleaner: Non-toxic, citrus oil based solvents are now available commercially under several brand names. Citra-Solve is one brand. This works well for cleaning brushes of oil-based paints. Paint brushes and rollers used for an on-going project can be saved overnight, or even up to a week, without cleaning at all. Simply wrap the brush or roller snugly in a plastic bag, such as a used bread or produce bag. Squeeze out air pockets and store away from light. The paint won’t dry because air can’t get to it. Simply unwrap the brush or roller the next day and continue with the job.

Fresh paint odors can be reduced by placing a small dish of white vinegar in the room.

 

.Rust Remover: Sprinkle a little salt on the rust, squeeze a lime over the salt until it is well soaked. Leave the mixture on for 2 – 3 hours. Use leftover rind to scrub residue.

 

.Scouring Powder: For top of stove, refrigerator and other such surfaces that should not be scratched, use baking soda. Apply baking soda directly with a damp sponge.

 

.Shoe Polish: Olive oil with a few drops of lemon juice can be applied to shoes with a thick cotton or terry rag. Leave for a few minutes; wipe and buff with a clean, dry rag.

 

.Stickers on walls: Our children covered the inside of their room doors with stickers. Now they are grown, but the stickers remained. To remove, sponge vinegar over them several times, and wait 15 minutes, then rub off the stickers. This also works for price tags (stickers) on tools, etc.

.Toilet Bowl Cleaner: Mix 1/4 cup baking soda and 1 cup vinegar, pour into basin and let it set for a few minutes. Scrub with brush and rinse. A mixture of borax (2 parts) and lemon juice (one part) will also work.

 

.Tub and Tile Cleaner: For simple cleaning, rub in baking soda with a damp sponge and rinse with fresh water. For tougher jobs, wipe surfaces with vinegar first and follow with baking soda as a scouring powder. (Vinegar can break down tile grout, so use sparingly.)

 

.Wallpaper Remover: Mix equal parts of white vinegar and hot water, apply with sponge over the old wallpaper to soften the adhesive. Peel off the lifting paper and reapply the mixture to stubborn patches. Open the room windows or use a fan to dissipate the pungent vinegar smell.

 

.Water Rings on Wood: Water rings on a wooden table or counter are the result of moisture that is trapped under the topcoat, but not the finish. Try applying toothpaste or mayonnaise to a damp cloth and rub into the ring. Be careful not to rub too vigorously so as not to mar the finish. Once the ring is removed, buff the entire wood surface.

 

.Window Cleaner: Mix 2 teaspoons of white vinegar with 1 liter (qt) warm water. Use crumpled newspaper or cotton cloth to clean. Only use the black and white newspapers, not the colored ones. Don’t clean windows if the sun is on them, or if they are warm, or streaks will show on drying. Be sure to follow the recipe, because using too strong a solution of vinegar will etch the glass and eventually cloud it. The All-Purpose Cleaner (above) also works well on windows, or you can buy CitraClear natural window and glass cleaner

Originally published on Eartheasy.com

 

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                                              What GoldWiser Does

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                                                           We buy 

Chains – necklaces – bracelets – rings — broken Gold jewelry – unmatched earrings

Gold jewelry you no longer wear — Gold jewelry you inherited and don’t want

Gold jewelry that reminds you of someone you no longer want to remember

                       Sterling Silver flatware — Gold and Silver coins.

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                                         Directions for Cleaning with Inexpensive Products

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         The price of gold is up 13% over the past 2 months.  

    Let us pay you more NOW.  You’ll get your best price here!

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                             GoldWiser in Spring

                       2121 FM 2920 next to HEB

                           1/2 mile west of I-45

                         http://goldwiser.com

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Inexpensive Household Cleaning with Simple Readily Available Products

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Inexpensive Household Cleaning with Simple Readily Available Products

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There are many inexpensive, easy-to-use natural alternatives which can safely be used in place of commercial household products. Here is a list of common, environmentally safe products which can be used alone or in combination for a wealth of household applications.

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Baking Soda - cleans, deodorizes, softens water, scours.

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Soap - unscented soap in liquid form, flakes, powders or bars is biodegradable and will clean just about anything. Avoid using soaps which contain petroleum distillates.

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Lemon - one of the strongest food-acids, effective against most household bacteria.

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Borax - (sodium borate) cleans, deodorizes, disinfects, softens water, cleans wallpaper, painted walls and floors.

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White Vinegar - cuts grease, removes mildew, odors, some stains and wax build-up.

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Washing Soda - or SAL Soda is sodium carbonate decahydrate, a mineral. Washing soda cuts grease, removes stains, softens water, cleans wall, tiles, sinks and tubs. Use care, as washing soda can irritate mucous membranes. Do not use on aluminum.

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Isopropyl Alcohol - is an excellent disinfectant. (It has been suggested to replace this with ethanol or 100 proof alcohol in solution with water. There is some indication that isopropyl alcohol buildup contributes to illness in the body. See http://drclark.ch/g)

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Cornstarch - can be used to clean windows, polish furniture, shampoo carpets and rugs.

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Citrus Solvent - cleans paint brushes, oil and grease, some stains. (Citrus solvent may cause skin, lung or eye irritations for people with multiple chemical sensitivities.)

Originally published on Eartheasy.com

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What GoldWiser Does

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We buy 

Chains – necklaces – bracelets – rings — broken Gold jewelry – unmatched earrings

Gold jewelry you no longer wear — Gold jewelry you inherited and don’t want

Gold jewelry that reminds you of someone you no longer want to remember

Sterling Silver flatware — Gold and Silver coins.

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   .                              Turn Your Gold Into Cash!                    .In Our Pleasant Professional Offices

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The price of gold is up 13% over the past 2 months.  

Let us pay you more NOW.  You’ll get your best price here!

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GoldWiser in Spring

2121 FM 2920 next to HEB

1/2 mile west of I-45

http://goldwiser.com

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Topics You Wish You Could Find on Blogs? — Let’s Do It Ourselves!

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Topics You Wish You Could Find on Blogs

Would you like to follow blogs on certain topics, but you can’t find any to follow?

Let’s start our own blogs on those topics!  Why not?

What are some of the topics you think we should start with?

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To start us thinking, here are some ideas.  Some of the questions below, maybe all of them, won’t interest anyone.  But if they trigger other ideas for you, put them in a post to this blog.  Together, we’ll decide which topics to start blogging on.

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        o   What are key beliefs that guide me? How do I keep them in the forefront of my thoughts and actions?
        o   Who do I want to trust me? Do I keep my word to them?  Do I tell them the truth?
        o   Do I try to learn what the truth is?  Is it my responsibility to know the truth?
        o   Do I accept someone else’s opinion as truth so long as it agrees with mine?

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Let’s start our own blog(s)!  Why not?

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What GoldWiser Does

We buy

 chains – necklaces – bracelets – rings — broken gold jewelry – unmatched earrings — gold jewelry you no longer wear — gold jewelry you inherited and don’t want — gold jewelry that reminds you of someone you no longer want to remember — Sterling Silver flatware — gold and silver coins.

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Turn Your Gold Into Cash!

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The price of gold is up 13% over the past 2 months.  

Let us pay you more NOW.  You’ll get your best price!

GoldWiser in Spring

2121 FM 2920 next to HEB

1/2 mile west of I-45

http://goldwiser.com

 

Sell Gold and Silver

Sell Gold and Silver

If you are looking for a way to make fast and easy cash, it may be easier than you think.  When you sell gold and silver to GoldWiser, you are making a wise choice.  We are the number one gold and silver buyers in the state of Texas for a reason.  We pay our customers more money for their precious metals and gift cards than any other company will.  We have a close relationship with our refinery, which cuts out middle man costs.  We pass this savings on to our customers, increasing the amount of money we give them.

gold-jewelryIf you have any of the following items, bring them in to GoldWiser.  If they are made of gold, silver, platinum, or palladium, we will pay you top dollar for them!

  • Coins
  • Bullion
  • Dental gold
  • Wedding rings
  • Class rings
  • Jewelry
  • Broken jewelry
  • Designer jewelry
  • Designer watches
  • Chains
  • Precious metal scraps
  • Sterling flatware
  • Sterling tea sets
  • Gift cards
  • & more!

Unsure of what your items are made of?  No worries!  Our precious metals specialists will test your items free of charge, and then provide a no risk, no obligation quote.  Visit your nearest GoldWiser location today to sell gold and silver!  You could have a pocket full of money in no time.

NEED TEN GIFT/ACTIVITY IDEAS FOR VALENTINE’S DAY?

VALENTINE'S DAY

DO YOU NEED TEN GIFT/ACTIVITY IDEAS FOR VALENTINE’S DAY.  Are you looking for gift/ activity ideas for Valentine’s Day?  Guys, here are ten (10) gift/activity ideas to do with your spouse or girlfriend on Valentine’s Day, the day of love. They will all score you some big points with her, and she’ll love you all the more for it.

Cook her favorite meal
Set up a scavenger hunt
Take her shopping
Rent a limo
Learn together (dance class or fun class)
Plan a romantic evening
Revisit your first date
Be her slave for the day
Organize a romantic getaway
Propose or renew vows

TO CELEBRATE WITH MORE THAN ONE OF THE THESE TEN GIFTS/ACTIVITY IDEAS AND HAVE A HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY, YOU MAY NEED EXTRA CASH.

COME INTO GOLDWISER AND SELL YOUR OUTDATED OR BROKEN GOLD, SILVER OR PLATINUM JEWELRY!!

HERE’S WHAT WE BUY:

Gold Jewelry (Old or Broken)
Silver Jewelry
Gold and silver coins
Platinum Jewelry
Diamonds
Sterling flatware and Serving Pieces
Dental gold (Crowns & Grills)
Class rings (gold or silver)

Remember – – most US coins before 1964 were 90% silver!

Bring your gold, platinum and silver to GoldWiser!!

You’ll get the best price — guaranteed.

ASK FOR SUSAN!!

GOLDWISER NOW ALSO BUYS GIFT CARDS!  HAVE A BALANCE ON A GIFT CARD YOU KNOW YOU WILL NOT USE?  YOU CAN GET CASH FOR IT!!

Goldwiser will buy the unused balance on your gift card.  Come into our Spring location and we will check the balance and let you know the amount of cash we can give you for your gift card.

Above information taken from Money.com.

The bottom line: Worth it, since cash is more valuable than a piece of plastic that you’ll never use.

The popularity of the retailer determines how much you net. For example, right now Walmart and Target are in demand. If you’re selling one of these cards, you may get more.

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GoldWiser in Spring

2121 FM 2920 next to HEB

1/2 mile west of I-45

http://goldwiser.com

STERLING SILVER FLATWARE? GET EXTRA MONEY FROM GOLDWISER.

Silver Flatware

 

Do you have Sterling Silver Flatware?

What is Sterling Silver Flatware?  Flatware usually refers to the utensils used in a dining set. This includes spoons, forks, knives, and serving pieces.  Some flatware sets also contain specialty utensils for carving meat or eating fruit.  Although sterling silver flatware or dinnerware has been used for many centuries, it reached its peak popularity between 1840 and 1940. In England and the United States, sterling silver flatware has traditionally been used by wealthy citizens and royalty who enjoy putting on large dinner parties, and it remains iconic of quality and refinement.  Sterling silver is regarded as one of the most attractive metals in the world, and flatware made from silver has been used in formal events for centuries.

Sterling silver flatware can be purchased as individual pieces or as a set. Utensils included in modern flatware sets typically include a dinner knife, dinner fork, salad fork, soup spoon, and teaspoon. More expensive sets may also include larger utensils, such as soup ladles and serving forks.  Older utensil sets were commonly made with their own box, and may contain more than 100 items.

What is Sterling Silver?

Pure silver is very soft, and is not useful for crafting functional objects. To harden the silver, it is mixed with other metals to create an alloy. Sterling silver is comprised of 92.5 percent silver and 7.5 percent other metals. Although copper is commonly used to create the alloy, many other metals may be included, usually in an effort to increase durability, reduce tarnish, or improve surface luster.

Do you have Sterling Silver Flatware that you no longer use?  Maybe you inherited it from a family member or you received a set as a wedding gift.  You can get extra money for it from your Spring Goldwiser.  We buy Sterling Silver Flatware –the condition does not matter.  Missing pieces?  That’s ok!  Come check us out!

GoldWiser in Spring

2121 FM 2920 next to HEB

1/2 mile west of I-45

http://goldwiser.com

RAINY MONDAY HAVE YOU DOWN? GOLD PRICES REMAIN HIGH!

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Does this Rainy Monday have you down?  Well, gold prices remain high!!

Q:  Are Gold and Silver Prices going up or down from here? 

A:   Unfortunately, no one knows for sure.

Q:  Should I wait for the gold and silver prices to rise?

A:    If you think you should wait, come see us when the time’s right.

Q:  Should I sell in case gold and silver prices go back down?

A:   If you need the money and it would hurt to watch the price go back down after rising, maybe now is the time to sell.  If so, come see us and we’ll give you a great price.

NEED EXTRA MONEY FOR PAYING OFF CHRISTMAS?  BILLS DUE?  TAKE ADVANTAGE OF CURRENT GOLD PRICES!! DON’T LET RAINY MONDAY GET YOU DOWN!!

HERE’S WHAT WE BUY:

Gold Jewelry (Old or Broken)
Silver Jewelry
Gold and silver coins
Platinum Jewelry
Diamonds
Sterling flatware and Serving Pieces
Dental gold (Crowns & Grills)
Class rings (gold or silver)

Bring your gold, platinum and silver to Spring GoldWiser!!

You’ll get the best price — guaranteed.

WE ALSO BUY THOSE GIFT CARDS THAT YOU DON’T WANT OR USE!!

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Goldwiser will buy the unused balance on your gift card.  Come into our Spring location and we will check the balance and let you know the amount of cash we can give you for your gift card.

The popularity of the retailer determines how much you net. For example, right now Walmart and Target are in demand. If you’re selling one of these cards, you may get more.

The bottom line: Worth it, since cash is more valuable than a piece of plastic that you’ll never use.

SO ……….. BRING IN THAT UNWANTED GIFT CARD YOU HAVE NOT USED SINCE YOU GOT IT LAST CHRISTMAS AND GET CASH FOR IT!!

GoldWiser in Spring

2121 FM 2920 next to HEB

1/2 mile west of I-45

http://goldwiser.com

GIVE ROSES FOR VALENTINE’S DAY. GET EXTRA CASH

 

GIVE ROSES FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

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It is traditional to give roses for Valentine’s Day.  Are you planning to GIVE ROSES FOR VALENTINE’S DAY?  The color of a rose has different meanings.

Red roses are the traditional symbol for love and romance, and a time-honored way to say “I love you.” The red rose has long symbolized beauty and perfection. A bouquet of red roses is the perfect way to express your deep feelings for someone special.

As a symbol of grace and elegance, the pink rose is often given as an expression of admiration. Pink roses can also convey appreciation as well as joyfulness. Pink rose bouquets often impart a gentler meaning than their red counterparts.

The bright, sunny color of yellow roses evokes a feeling of warmth and happiness. The warm feelings associated with the yellow rose are often akin to those shared with a true friend. As such, the yellow rose is an ideal symbol for joy and friendship.

White roses represent innocence and purity and are traditionally associated with marriages and new beginnings. The white rose is also a symbol of honor and reverence, and white rose arrangements are often used as an expression of remembrance.

With their blazing energy, orange roses are the embodiment of desire and enthusiasm. Orange roses often symbolize passion and excitement and are an expression of fervent romance. A bouquet of orange roses will send a meaningful message.

The unique beauty of the lavender rose has captured many hearts and imaginations. With their fantastical appearance, lavender roses are a perfect symbol of enchantment. The lavender rose is also traditionally used to express feelings of love at first sight.

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