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Removing Nipples from a chest piece.


Yes, I know.. Well I have an artsee panther chest and I can do wihtout the nips. I have heard of sanding them down and then applying plasti over the area, but does anyone know the correct way to get rid of these awkward things?

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Re: Removing Nipples =P


1000 grit sand paper and waaaaaay too much time and effort emoticon Worth it if you really hate nips, but I'd recommend accepting them and not risking scuffing up a fine chest! Problem is you'll never get it "right" and instead you'll have flat-spots and "battle-damage" nipples! emoticon

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It is best to have your nipples removed by a board certified plastic surgeon.

Or, you could just put Band-Aids over 'em! emoticon
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Re: Removing Nipples =P


They're VERY difficult to remove completely without any evidence that they were ever there. I HAVE done it twice but it takes a while. I suggest using a mouse sander with a pretty coarse paper (about a 60 grit) till you are almost where you want then then change to a finer grit. Then scrub the living he........ out of it with lacquer thinner soaked sponge with the scotchbrite pad till you can't see any evidence of them (the thinner softens the latex and helps polish it). THEN plasti-dip and follow with more lacquer thinner work and repaint. If you get any low spots (it is inevitable) apply plasti-dip with a q tip or toothpick till it's higher than the original piece and sand it back down smooth. VERY tedious work but it can be done.

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Re: Removing Nipples =P


Thanks guys for the tips! I will check the garage tonight and see what kind of stuff I have for that

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Pinch and twist.

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Pinch and twist.


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