How to Take Out a Lip Ring?


To take out a straight lip ring, simply unscrew the ball from one end and remove the stem. To remove a hoop ring, separate the two sides until the ball pops loose, and then you can slide the metal ring out.
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1. Wash your hands thoroughly with antibacterial hand soap before handling your piercing. 2. Rinse, then soak, the lip ring and the area around it with a mixture of 1/4 tsp. salt
1. When deciding what side you want your piercing on, you should really think about where you want it, if you later on remove it and let it heal over, it may scar the bottom/top lip
Taking out a transmission begins with jacking the vehicle up and placing floor jacks under it. Then you can disconnect all vacuum hoses, linkages and wiring harnesses from the transmission
If its your starter go to the place you got it peirced. I couldent get my ear studs out so i whent to the place i got them done and they were like " sure we can"
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How to Take Out a Lip Ring
After getting your lip pierced, you may want to change the jewelry or remove the ring altogether for different occasions. Changing or removing the jewelry is a careful process that should be done slowly with clean hands and equipment. If you're unsure... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
To take out a lip ring, you usually need to pull both sides until the post slides out of the back. You can then slide the ring out of the hole.
To take out a lip ring, you just need to take the tip, or screw off. Once you do this, you can take the ring off. If it has no tip, you can just turn it, and pull it out. Put vaseline on it if you need to.
If you would like to take out your lip ring, you will first need to locate the ball or balls. If you have one ball, you will need to hold the ring and pull out the ball. If you have two balls, you will need to unscrew one.
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