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Registered: 09-2004
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Tight Cowl Solutions


i have aproblem my cowl is tight on the cheeks if i relassing my face i look like a bull dog!! if i make my face hard look like photo of my avatar.
i have suggestion from some bro
and i would like have more from others




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Registered: 01-2004
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Re: my tight cowl


What is your cowl made of?

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Re: my tight cowl


hard latex is a hybrid cowl from brin
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Try using a hair dryer on it before you put it on. The warm air should soften up the latex. When you put the cowl on, the warm latex will cool and form better to your face.

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Re: my tight cowl


yes also other members suggest me this

 im little afraid going to be a risk for the cowl
you thynk after a pait of times going to be more large?
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Unless the cowl has been sprayed a million times with Plasti-dip it should be okay.

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Re: my tight cowl


wath is the plasti-dip?
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Re: my tight cowl


Grab the front of the cowl by the eyes, nose, and chin and stretch the hell out of it. Also do it to the chin.

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Plasti-dip is a spray on (usually) coating (sort of like a spray paint) that many member apply to latex to not only protect it, but gives it a great deep black color.

~Tim:batfly

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you can also soak the cowl in hot water, but if you have armor alled it you will need to re-armorall it afterwords



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