To remove, simply pull the two pieces apart, pulling the decorative end away first, then removing the press-fit post from the piercing. To insert, put the post in your piercing first, then line the decorative end up so it slides into the hollow post, and then push the two pieces together until secured.
Thereof, how can I change my piercing at home?
Hold on to the piercing rod on one side between your thumb and forefinger. Then loosen the piercing ball and place it in a container. Now you can change your jewelry. Screw the ball back on after the switch and you’re done!
Moreover, what tools are used for piercing?
- The Piercing Needle.
- The Indwelling Cannula.
- The Dermal Punch.
- The Piercing Gun.
- Needle Receiving Tubes.
How do you unscrew a tight labret stud?
Hold the flat disc on the back of the labret stud with one hand or use your teeth to keep it steady. Grip the outside part of the stud with your other hand and unscrew it counterclockwise until the ball comes off. Remove the piercing by gently pulling the disc up and out of your mouth.
Most barbells use threading on both ends and both balls are removable. But this is not always the case. To reduce manufacturing cost some barbells may have one of the balls permanently attached by press-fitting and it cannot be removed.
To remove your push-pin stud, you should push the top in slightly, and then twist and pull out, while holding the back in place. Screw-in studs have a threaded top that screws into its labret. When wearing your earrings, you want to make sure these are always tightly screwed in!
Changing your earrings before the recommended six weeks is likely to irritate your new piercing and expose it to bacteria, leading to pierced ear infections. If you remove your earrings out overnight before six weeks, you also risk your holes closing up, prompting you to go back for another piercing.
Insert the pliers into the ring. Grab the ball or bead with your free hand. Apply outward pressure on the pliers to expand the ring. Once the ball or bead is free, rotate the jewlery out of the piercing.
Hold the ring firmly and push so that the other dimple clips into place. If the ring is too tight to clip your ball or segment into, the Ring Opening Pliers will make this process easier as you will need to expand the ring slightly.
- Nose Jewelry Pliers.
- Piercing Forceps.
- Piercing Hemostats.
- Ring Closing Pliers.
- Ring Opening Pliers.
Getting Pierced with a Needle
The needle is hollow and has a sharp point to create a clean hole. Since the needle is hollow, it removes a small amount of skin and tissue in the immediate area of the piercing wound, and creates a space for the jewelry to rest, allowing room for the wound to drain and to heal.