How To Get A Earring Back Off. This most commonly occurs in girls younger than 12-13 years of age and is related to a combination of factors. Gently twist the butterfly back and loosen it before you pull it out firmly out off the post.
Place the other hand on the earring back. If you feel the earring back loose then you can tighten them by applying pressure o the earring back. Make sure backings are cone shaped not the butterfly backing.
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.
Mostly earring back is tightened by use of index finger and thumb. If you find it difficult you can unscrew. Moisten a cotton ball in water as hot as you can stand. Soak the back of the ear lobe in peroxide and try to dig out the backing or go to a dr and the dr will remove it.