Closing a jump ring is a pretty easy process requiring few tools. I suggest that you use two smooth jawed flat nose pliers. You can find them in my store here.
Here’s my tutorial by my daughter on how to open and close a jumpring
Why do I suggest smooth jawed flat nose pliers?
- Flat Nose because the large flat surfaces will hold the jump ring securely
- Smooth jawed because pliers with teeth scratch jump rings
What if the jump ring is bigger, smaller, thicker, thinner, ect? There are flat nose pliers that work perfectly for each of those situations.
For very large heavy jump rings (14 gauge 5mm ID) I prefer these.
For a medium size jump ring (18 gauge 3.75mm ID) I prefer these.
For small jump rings (22 gauge 3mm ID) I prefer these.
Not sure what ID means? You can learn all about how I measure my jump rings here.
Here is MY tutorial on how to open and close a jump ring