Hey, lovelies! The latest question in our Ask Emmaline inbox is here: how to keep wedding ring from spinning or turning, something that can really get aggravating if you’ve had it happen to you. That’s what Ashleigh wanted to know when she wrote us this weekend. She asks,
“Hi Emmaline Bride! I got engaged last week and my ring is just a pinch too big. It’s not noticeable enough to get it sized but it is honestly driving me crazy. Do you have any tips on how to keep my wedding ring from spinning? I don’t think it will fall off but it’s aggravating because it keeps turning especially when I’m working. Should I take it to a jeweler? Thanks in advance.”
How to Keep Wedding Ring from Spinning / Turning
Hi, Ashleigh! Congratulations on your engagement! A spinning ring is certainly enough to drive anyone crazy, especially because you finally get to wear it and show it off to people. And now that you’re getting used to wearing it every day, it makes sense that you want to have a perfect fit. So, what to do? Bring it to a jeweler and spend money? Try at-home remedies that probably won’t work? Well, we did a little research into this problem of turning wedding rings and we found dozens of wedding ring spinning “solutions” people tried that didn’t work. For instance, I read about a couple who took a wedding ring to a jeweler because her engagement ring was top heavy and kept spinning. They put in a post on the ring to keep it from spinning (cost: $50!) but it tore at her skin, especially whenever she took it off. So they removed it (and were out fifty bucks). So they tried another solution: this! And it worked. We looked deeper into this solution and it’s the best way (and the #1 seller for this common problem) to keep your wedding ring from spinning… for under $8!
It is made with a high-quality PVC and designed for a variety of ring problems, including knuckle problems, top-heavy rings, and keeps your ring from spinning while staying snug against your skin. Plus, it comes with a few different sizes so you can choose the one that fits best. Your ring will finally fit, stop spinning, and stop pinching your skin. Win, win, and win! Get yours here.
Hope it helps! Thanks for writing.
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