To remove a stuck earring back, called a clutch, wash hands with antibacterial soap, and then rub a small amount of petroleum jelly on the backside of the earring. Once it's lubricated, firmly hold the front of the earri... More »

In order to remove stuck earrings, make sure hands are washed with antibacterial soap, then apply a small amount of lubricating jelly to the earring back and attempt to gently turn the back to loosen it while holding the... More »

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To remove starter earrings, wash your hands, disinfect the ears, gently loosen the earring and slowly remove the backing. The process takes just a few minutes. More »

In order to remove stuck earrings, make sure hands are washed with antibacterial soap, then apply a small amount of lubricating jelly to the earring back and attempt to gently turn the back to loosen it while holding the... More »

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The infected ear needs to be washed with rubbing alcohol on both sides of the lobe with the earring removed. In addition, the earring should be removed three times daily and doused in rubbing alcohol. Generic antibiotic ... More »

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A man wears an earring in whichever ear he pleases. At one point in American history, there was supposedly an encoded message about sexuality contained a man's choice of the left or right side, but today, having an earri... More »

To remove an earring with a ball, called a Captive Bead Ring, wrap a pair of needle-nose pliers in electrical tape, place the end of the pliers into the middle of the ring, and slowly pry it open. Catch the ball, and car... More »