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    Sam Roxanne
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    Registered On: April 29, 2022
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    I have been using breast forms for only a couple months. Haven’t worn them in public. Only for some photos so they’ve been gently used. The backside is less sticky and I was wondering what is the best and easiest way to add tackiness to them. I’ve seen tape and glue but I would want something that easily removes since I don’t wear them all day.

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      Eileen Bach
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      Registered On: February 27, 2021
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      Jessica M.

      Seems like you have a clogged nozzle, usually a guy thing.

      My sweetie doesn’t use adhesives, a good bra works just fine. But one time had the urge to feel ‘natural’ and bra-less. Borrowing a can of 3M Super 77 spray adhesive from work, she applied her ample boobs.

      After realizing that boobs attached to skin isn’t so comfortable, she then found the Goo-Gone wouldn’t spray. Pouring the liquid onto fingers, eventually, the forms came off with slight damage and minor skin abrasions.

      I found the story really funny!

      Hugs, Eileen

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      Sam Roxanne
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      You gals are awesome!

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      Emily Alt
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      As others have mentioned, Hollister is a decent adhesive.  Since it’s a spray, it’s difficult to control how much is applied, and it makes a mess.

      I’ve had much better experience with Telesis 8 by PPI.  It’s adhesive properties are superior to Hollister and everything else I’ve tried.  It comes in a bottle and is applied with a small brush.  One application will last several shorter duration wearings (hours) or one long one (days).  The stuff is amazing.  It’s the defacto standard in the film industry for special effects makeup pros.

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      Kelli Sometimes
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      “Adapt” brand medical adhesive works well for me.  They also make a remover that eliminates the stickiness after removing your forms.

       

      😉 K

       

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        Sam Roxanne
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        I will look into that brand. Thanks so much

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          Kelli Sometimes
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          It’s aka Hollister.

           

          🙂

          K

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            Jessica Merlot
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            Hi Kelli I got some of that Hollister adhesive and it’s been a bit of a nightmare.  I expected it to spray as a mist and leave tackiness but it comes out in a stream and, while very sticky never seems to really dry and is is basically impossible to clean up with the Hollister adhesive remover or Goo Gone or anything.  Am I doing something wrong or do you think I have have a bad spray can or something?

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            Kelli Sometimes
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            Sorry Jessica.  I follow the instructions precisely and have never had an issue with it.  You have to clean skin with alcohol before applying adhesive.  I apply adhesive with gauze square and then let it dry for the stated amount of time before attaching the form.  I use the remover to clean any residue from skin after taking forms off.  Best of luck!

             

            K

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            Emily Alt
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            Hollister is decent adhesive but I don’t like it for the same reason as you.  A workaround is to spray a small amount very close to your form and use a makeup brush to spread it around.  Do this multiple times until you’ve covered your forms.  Also, a thin layer that’s cured for 5+ minutes works best for adhesion and goo removal.

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            Jessica Merlot
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            Great tip. Thanks Emily.

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            Sam Roxanne
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            Thanks so much

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