(Closed) Temporary sizing solutions?

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
1704 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

You could have sizing beads put in by a local jeweler, or you could go to Claire’s and buy some plastic sizers (little plastic bits that encase the bottom of the ring for a more snug fit). I’ve used the ones at Claires myself, and they worked great until I could get the ring sized!

Post # 5
2475 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 1995

Maybe a ring noodle -you can find them on Amazon. Also congrats on the weight loss!

Post # 6
382 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2015

Tibbs:  I stopped by a Kay Jewelers really quick the day after Fiance proposed and had a ring guard put on for about $15. It definitely did the job and was comfortable! You can stop into pretty much any jeweler to have one added and takes them like 1 minute to put it on your ring

Post # 7
612 posts
Busy bee

Tibbs:  I hated the ring gaurd, honestly. I guess it depends on your hands. I had bumps put in. I know it sucks going back twice, but it makes it so much easier. They are easy enough for the jeweler to put on and take off whenever you need to permanantly. It took me about 2 days, but now I don’t notice them at all.

Post # 8
10591 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

Just get a $3 pack of rubber ring snuggies from Walmart . There’s several sizes in a pack and their more comfortable than the metal ring guards. Metal guards can scratch your ring and arnt easy to take off and put on yourself.

Post # 9
5165 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2014

Tibbs:  When I needed a ring sized down 1 size, I just had a jeweler put in a ring guard. Any jeweler can do it and it takes only a couple mins. The ring I used it for (my class ring) actually couldn’t be sized down, so I used the ring guard for about a year and it never bothered me. 

Post # 10
643 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2015

mrssloan2013:  +1 this

I had to get a pack because I’ve lost about 30 pounds. Literally like $2.97 for a bunch of them and yes, they’re comfortable!


Post # 11
108 posts
Blushing bee

Are sizing beads comfortable?  Looking at pictures, it doesn’t look like it would be.

Post # 12
215 posts
Helper bee

My husbands wedding band was too big, but due to the intricate design of the ring, and it being platinum – we took it to the jeweller who put a gold sheath (think a bit like a second ring, but super thin and pressed to the inside of the proper ring) on the inside of the ring, which can only be removed by the jeweller. It’s perfect! Looks amazing, and you would never know that it wasn’t meant to be there.

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