How do you remove an earring with a ball?

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To remove an earring with a ball closure, you have to use pliers to pull the ring away from the ball. There are special pliers made just for this purpose. If you use pliers made especially for removing the ball, you only need one pair. You line up the ring in the groove on the pliers and squeeze the handle to open the pliers and the ring. When you pull the ring away from the ball, the ball may fall. Because of this, you should work in an area where you can't lose the ball. Sitting on the floor atop a towel is one option.
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To remove a earring that has a ball you want to unscrew it. You will want to hold the back of the earrings and then screw the front part of it.
In my experience, you can easily remove an earring with a ball by unscrewing the ball from the earring. The ball will detach from the earring and then the earring can be removed.
The best way to remove an earring with a ball is to have either a friend help you out or go to a professional and have them do it. To have a friend do it have them bend the earring until the ball pops out.
In my experience, you can easily remove an earring with a ball by unscrewing the ball from the earring. The ball will detach from the earring and then the earring can be removed.
The best way to remove an earring with a ball is to have either a friend help you out or go to a professional and have them do it. To have a friend do it have them bend the earring until the ball pops out.
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