(Closed) Is your e-ring or wedding rings too tight at times (fingers swelling)?

posted 9 years ago in Rings
Post # 17
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769 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

Yes!  After a night of too much wine, I can barely get it off.  Other times, I feel like it’s too loose.  I guess I’ll leave it as is until the day I give up my wine (aka never).

Post # 17
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200 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

I just got my rings back from being resized. They were a size 7 and definitely too big, would spin constantly and annoy me (though I didn’t think they’d fall off). I wanted to get them sized to a 6.5 but they convinced me to go for 6.25 as the size 6 ring on their sizing keychain thing fit me. Now I’m wondering if I should have insisted on the 6.5…. they feel on the tight side of comfortable & it’s January. Good thing we have free resizing cuz that might need to happen come the summer 

Post # 18
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345 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

pinkstardustdesigns :  I have “ring claustrophobia” (lol), so I’d rather feel them loose rather than too tight as the DO swell quite a bit during summer and sometimes during *that* time of the month… but I also hate spinning… the solution I found is I put in silicone beads on the inside of the ring (it’s called liquid ring guard, but hot glue works just the same), that way I have room to swell and it’s nothing permanent (as opposed to having sizing beads soldered on the ring). The silicone beads are sturdy enough that they don’t come off when putting my rings on/off but also the can be pulled off with a lot of ease when you intentionally try to take them off. Since metal is non-porous, there’s no danger in ruining the metal (I have platinum and white gold rings) with the silicone 😉 hope this helps

 

 

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