Necklaces are a great, and often inexpensive, way to spice up an otherwise dull outfit. Today's necklace trends are bold with bright colors, oversized beads and multiple strands in one set. However, these styles can hang heavy on the dainty little strings that hold everything together and might eventually break.
Don't let your jewelry box fill up with broken necklaces. Restring a broken beaded necklace with dental floss. The floss is made of bundles of either woven nylon or plastic, so it is stronger than simple string. When it's knotted, the floss holds strong and is too tight to untie.