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Dark Knight

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Re: BEST Cowl Lining Tutorial (w/ pics)


That's great Indakin!

I'm going to have to give this a go when my Hush cowl arrives in a few weeks.

Jason.

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I have loooong hair so this is something I have already wanted to do and this is a great way to do it. The free flow technique seems to really help with the ease of getting it on and off.

Thanks for this one!

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no problem guys, its simple to do. If you go to Joanns or your local fabric store, just trying to get something thinner and slick spandex wise. Some spandex versions are much thicker. Im sure they would work, but some of the thinner swimwear stuff works best.

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oh and btw bryan. no one likes you. hahaha. jk im glad i have already done this with my cowls. emoticon emoticon good tutorial bro.



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This is the best thing you can do to your cowl, the convenience of having it slip on/off without water or any other crap is priceless. Still debating on whether to do it to my foam cowl.

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Quote:

Lord pupmind wrote:

This is the best thing you can do to your cowl, the convenience of having it slip on/off without water or any other crap is priceless. Still debating on whether to do it to my foam cowl.



Im not sure what I would do to your foam. For that Id figure something out similar. Doing so would absorb more sweat into the material and NOT into your foam.

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Yeah now that I think about it, I don't think it really needs to be done. I have to reapply baby powder once every couple of wearings, it doesn't want to stick to hair and skin like urethane. You pretty much have to wash the powder out to get it to stick to ya.
But yeah, both urethane cowls I had, I put a liner in em. First thing I did to my Bob cowl when I got it out of the box. :lol

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I did this with my Reevz 89 prior to the parade several weeks back. Just cut up a cheap Under Armor knock-off shirt from Target into a large sheet and then glued in. I used the existing seams around the edge and it gave it a very nice finished look. Works fantastic and looks very professional. Comfortable too, and helps absorb excess sweat.

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Now I need to add trimmed velcro to the scallops to attach on to the cape and it will be perfect. :)

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PERFECT great job Creator!!! See , everyone, this is the way to go,, dont even bother trying another method ever again, THIS is the way to wear a cowl.

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You guys must be packing watermelons for heads! I never ever have a problem getting cowls on/off. I have been at it for a while though. Maybe it just takes practice? :lol

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