Wood Fake Plugs With Black O Ring

Wood Type

Surgical stainless steel has a low nickel rate and can allow a low-oxygen climate such as that within a piercing. For those who are not sensitive to nickel or who have healed piercings, surgical steel body jewelry is a great choice. Its hardness means its surface will not easily scratch and create a home for pathogens, and the alloy will not blacken or stain around the skin.

Fun Fact about the material used for our Wood Fake Plugs With Black O Ring: 316L Surgical Steel was created in the 1950s; its carbon content was lessen from .08% to .03% for better corrosion resistance. 316 L has all of the characteristics of 316 steel but also has better weld ability. While 316 L series steel finally made its way into the medical industry, it was not originally designed for the use in the body; it was not specifically made for biocompatibility. However, its excellent corrosion resistance characteristics made it fitting for implant purposes and body jewelry.

Surgical stainless steel has a low nickel rate and can allow a low-oxygen climate such as that within a piercing. For those who are not sensitive to nickel or who have healed piercings, surgical steel body jewelry is a great choice. Its hardness means its surface will not easily scratch and create a home for pathogens, and the alloy will not blacken or stain around the skin.

How To Clean Your Wood Fake Plugs With Black O Ring

How to clean the surgical steel barbell

  • Simply wash with antibacterial soap and warm water before inserting into your piercing
  • No need to use alcohol or harsh cleansers on your jewelry

Wood Aftercare

  • Keep your wood jewelry oiled to keep in good condition, and from cracking. You can use jajoba oil, coconut oil, or any other natural plant oil.
  • Try not to get wood jewelry wet (shower, swimming, etc) for extended amounts of time. Best thing to do is just take it out during these activities and then put it back in afterwards.
  • From time to time you should wipe your plugs down with a damp wash cloth. Pat them dry, and re-oil them before wearing them.
  • Avoid leaving your wood jewelry in direct sunlight.