How To Make A Ring Fit
There’s nothing more frustrating than buying a beautiful ring only to find out it doesn’t fit properly. Fortunately there are some simple steps you can take to make a ring fit just right. Follow these tips to ensure your ring fits comfortably securely.
Get the Right Size
The first step in making a ring fit is to ensure you have the right size. If you’re buying a ring online use a ring sizing chart to determine your size. If you’re buying in person ask the jeweler to measure your finger to determine the correct size. Keep in mind that your fingers may change size throughout the day due to temperature activity so it’s best to measure when your hands are at a comfortable temperature.
Use Ring Guards
If your ring is too big you can use a ring guard to make it fit tighter. Ring guards are small strips of metal or plastic that attach to the inside of the ring reducing its size. They come in different thicknesses so you can choose how much you want to reduce the size of your ring.
Consider Sizing Beads
If you don’t want to use a ring guard another option is to use sizing beads. Sizing beads are small metal or plastic beads that are soldered or attached to the inside of the ring. They add a slight bump to the inside of the ring which helps it fit more snugly on your finger. Sizing beads are less noticeable than ring guards can be easily removed if necessary.
Have It Resized
If your ring is too big or too small you want a permanent solution you can have it resized. This involves adding or removing metal from the bto make it fit better. Keep in mind that some rings can’t be resized such as those with stones all the way around the band. It’s best to consult with a jeweler to determine if your ring can be resized.
Making your ring fit properly requires a little bit of effort but it’s worth it to ensure your ring looks its best is comfortable to wear. Whether you use ring guards sizing beads or have it resized following these tips will help you achieve the perfect fit for your ring.
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