|Warm weather can make hands swell. Rings can become tighter quickly. This tip is a good one to remember when it refuses to budge.|
Have you ever tried on a ring and found that it refused to budge when you tried to get it off? If so, you probably tried plenty of soap and water to help loosen it. However, there is an easier solution for solving this annoying problem of dislodging a ring that is stuck on your finger.
The next time that you find yourself in this fix, I have a better solution for dislodging a ring. Before you begin to panic, you might want to try spraying your finger with Windex. Believe it or not, the ingredients in that window cleaner help the ring slip off surprisingly well.
If you don’t want to try the Windex method, you can also turn to butter, which also helps free you of that ring. Of course, you could also try your luck with dental floss for dislodging a ring. What you do is work the dental floss around that ring finger and patiently lift. One last thing that you may also attempt is elevating the arm that has the hand wearing that tight ring. In doing so, you change the blood flow that could reduce the swelling of the finger with that problem ring.
Hopefully, you won’t have this sort of jewelry problem or the need for dislodging a ring. Still, it is always good to be prepared with a little knowledge for just in case!