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tkuiveuxo
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Hi all,

I need to make some TT smaller.
I know it should be possible by putting them in hot water, squeezing(?) them, and then put into cold water.

first question is, with what should I squeeze the TT?

also, do you got any other ideas or tips before I do it?
Gary T.
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I would think you would be best to put it in the hot water, and then depending on the temperature of the water, if you can stand the heat and it's hot enough to make the tt softer, stick your hand in the water and put the tt on to where you would wear it, then reach in with the other hand and squeeze it down arround your thumb, if the water is too hot for you, do the same thing immediately upon taking it out of the water, I've never done it but that's my thoughts on how it should be done. I would just like to say that hot water can burn you and I am not responsible for any results or injury aquired by doing this, attempt at your own risk, that way I can't get sued Smile not that you would sue me, but seriously, don't burn yourself okay?
Dannydoyle
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Buy a smaller one.
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Stanyon
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On 2012-10-31 14:16, Dannydoyle wrote:
Buy a smaller one.


Ba-boowee!

JMHO
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tkuiveuxo
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On 2012-10-31 14:16, Dannydoyle wrote:
Buy a smaller one.


from geographical reasons I can't but so often...

anyway, I tried my method, and it worked
Wravyn
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One other thing that can be done to make the inside diameter smaller on a TT is some of the tape of a flesh colored band-aid.
Gary T.
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On 2012-10-31 17:26, Wravyn wrote:
One other thing that can be done to make the inside diameter smaller on a TT is some of the tape of a flesh colored band-aid.

or bright pink Duck Tape, if the TT is used correctly there's no reason in the world it would be seen.
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On 2012-11-08 11:30, Gary T. wrote:
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On 2012-10-31 17:26, Wravyn wrote:
One other thing that can be done to make the inside diameter smaller on a TT is some of the tape of a flesh colored band-aid.

or bright pink Duck Tape, if the TT is used correctly there's no reason in the world it would be seen.


:)
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On 2012-11-08 11:30, Gary T. wrote:
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On 2012-10-31 17:26, Wravyn wrote:
One other thing that can be done to make the inside diameter smaller on a TT is some of the tape of a flesh colored band-aid.

or bright pink Duck Tape, if the TT is used correctly there's no reason in the world it would be seen.


Very true, though after working in a magic shop and going to many different conventions, watching people going through the TT for the right colour match...
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