To fix a ring that is too big for the finger it rests upon, apply something to the inner side of the bottom, such as a liquid rubber solution like Cushion Solution or a ring guard. You need one of the following: Cushion Solution, a ring guard or adhesive moleskin.
Apply Cushion Solution : Apply a thin layer of the Cushion Solution substance to the inner side of the bottom of the ring. Allow the solution to dry overnight. If the solution makes the ring too small and causes the finger to swell, scrape the layer off. Apply a thinner layer or attempt a different solution.
Attach a ring guard : Purchase a ring guard that matches the material of the ring, or purchase one that is transparent. Attach the guard to the inside of the bottom of the ring, and slide it up or down until the ring is a perfect fit.
Attach an adhesive material : Apply an adhesive material as a last resort solution. Cut a piece of adhesive moleskin that is as wide as the ring. Attach the adhesive to the inner side of the ring. Apply as many layers as needed until the ring fits perfectly on your finger.
Consult your jeweler : While the above listed methods are simple DIY solutions, it is important to note that these are not the most secure or reliable options. These do work great as temporary solutions though, for instance, if the ring gets slightly loose due to sudden weight loss etc. However, should there be a drastic difference in the size of the ring and the ring size of the wearer, it is best to take it to your jeweler and have it resized, especially if it is an expensive piece or a ring with high sentimental value.
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