Connect Wedding Rings Without Soldering

By Kathy •  Updated: 10/17/21 •  3 min read

These are the steps to how to connect wedding rings without soldering.

Steps to Connect Wedding rings without Soldering

Step 1: Get a Small Piece of Wire and some Metal Glue

Step 2: Bend the Wire so that it forms a 90 degree angle, then fold it back on itself. (Note: It is important to do this step in order to get the proper angle. If you don’t do this step, you will have to cut the end of the wire.)

Step 3: Glue the bent piece of wire to the wedding ring. Note: The glue must be hot enough to melt the metal, but not so hot that it will burn your fingers!

Step 4: Use pliers to squeeze the end of the wire together. Then use pliers again to squeeze all of the excess glue out of between your fingers. This will make your connection permanent and also prevent any future gluing or soldering problems.

Is It Safe to Wear a Wedding Ring Without Soldering?

It is very important to be sure that the glue you use is safe for your skin. This will prevent any potential skin irritation or infections. There are many different types of glue that can be used to connect wedding rings, but one of the most common and least expensive types is Loctite. Loctite has a safety rating of “4” on the TCLP scale, which means that it is not considered harmful if used in moderation.

It can also be purchased at most hardware stores, so you should be able to find it easily if you decide to try this method.

Which one is safer? soldering or without soldering?

While soldering is the traditional method of connecting wedding rings, it is not necessarily the safest method. Soldering can sometimes cause an allergic reaction or even an infection.

Loctite, on the other hand, does not cause any harmful effects to your skin. It is also very inexpensive and easy to find at most hardware stores. If you decide to try this method, I would recommend using Loctite in order to prevent any potential skin irritation or infections.

However, there are some risks involved with this method that should be taken into consideration before you begin: The glue may cause skin irritation or infections. The glue will also be a permanent part of your ring, which means that it will not come loose over time. If you decide to try this method, I would recommend using Loctite in order to prevent any potential skin irritation or infections.

The wire may cause damage to your wedding ring. If you decide to try this method, it is important to use the correct type of wire for your wedding ring. You can find information about the correct size and shape of wire for your ring at our article about how to determine the correct size and shape of your wedding ring . It is also important that you do not over-tighten the wire by using too much force when trying to squeeze the end together.

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Kathy is a freelance writer who specializes in writing about all aspects of a wedding—from the planning to the event itself. She graduated from the University of Technology in Sydney (yes, Australia!), with a degree in media and communication. She also became an American citizen and loves her new home country. Kathy has somewhat of a boho spirit and enjoys some great rock-n-roll music. She is married and enjoys working from home with her husband, who’s also a writer. They both try to get out as often as possible by taking long walks, visiting wineries on the weekend, and more. While they don’t yet have kids, Kathy and her husband have plans to expand their family in the next year or two!