Can You Shrink Silicone Rings?
Not without effort.
In and of themselves, silicone rings don’t shrink. They’re flexible and stretchy, but they always maintain the original form in which you bought them. You would have to intentionally try to shrink them and even then the results would be questionable. There’s a process that involves boiling water to heat the silicone until it will respond to manipulation. The only reason you would want to do this was if your ring was the wrong size.
If your ring was initially too big, it likely didn’t feel amazing on your finger. Once you’ve got the right size, the comfort level will be out of this world. You want a snug fit, without strangling your finger. It should hug to the skin, not bumping into neighboring fingers or having any gap between the ring and the finger.
We have a better solution than trying to shrink your ring.
Exchange your ring for the right size.
Our Lifetime Guarantee is there for you, no matter what and no matter when. If you got a ring that’s the wrong size, let us know. We will exchange that same ring for a better size. We want you to love the look and fit of your ring so much you only take it off to put a different Enso ring on.
Comparing an existing ring (for the same finger) to the ring chart.
Measuring your finger with some string and comparing that to the ring chart.
Cutting out the paper measure, wrapping it around your finger of choice, and seeing what size you get.
Adding style to comfort.
For some people the feel of this ring would be reason enough to wear it. But most of us want more than a fitness silicone ring. We want something with style, something we connect to personally—a unique silicone ring we can’t get enough of. Look through our collections and be inspired. If you’re thinking you can’t get the feel of the metal ring you’re wearing right now, think again. Our Elements collection features rings made from silicone and metal melded together, for rings that are copper, rose gold, silver and more. Stackable silicone wedding rings open a world of possibility with different textures and colors, in thin rings that can be mixed and matched and changed with each new day. Who said you had to wear the same wedding ring every day?