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Topic: Resin and Plugs (For Stretched Ears!)  (Read 880 times)
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« on: January 10, 2012 06:50:10 PM »

« Last Edit: February 25, 2016 05:18:37 PM by EvolveDragonfly » THIS ROCKS   Logged
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2012 05:47:21 AM »

Theoretically, the flaring is to keep them in your ear. I usually wear a single-flared tunnel with an o-ring on the back (2 gauge), and almost every morning I wake up with it pushed into my ear hole AWAY from the flared end Tongue A few times I've had to go diving for it in my many layers of bed covers. My double-flared labradorite plug is for special occasions because it ALWAYS falls out in bed. So yeah, I don't think the flaring works too well Tongue

If you prefer straight plugs and don't have issues with them falling out, then you should definitely make them that way! You could easily make a mold with a little silicone and one of your current plugs. Beyond that, I have no experience with resin and can't give any further advice, but it's early in the day and I'm sure someone will be along who has much better advice.

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