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Thread: spfxmasks on rotting flesh radio/ our masks are in movies

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    I discovereed an added bonus last night with the SPFX Mask! I was able to wear the mask all night and I could breathe with no problem! The mask fits so well that your breathing isn't affected at all! I've worn rubber masks in the past and could barealy stand it. With the SPFX Mask, I was able to entertain people in line to our attraction and actually talk easily to them without the Darth Vader affect. Another added bonus was that whenever one of our patrons would ask, "Can I touch it?", I was able to move in close and let them poke at the mask with no concern for having them detach a prosthetic or latex. I've mentioned this in the past, but another bonus of these masks is that we had a reporter show up unnanounced from a local newspaper. I was able to "get into makeup" in seconds! I already had my contact lenses in and my outfit was on. I threw on the mask and went out to greet her. Her first comment... Oh my God! I have to take a picture of this! :twisted: Definitely a product worth its weight in gold :!:

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    The Masks look sweet. I can just imagine how thrilled you were being able to entertain all night in the mask.

    Great masks, as I always say Rusty...and thanks for coming back to the show for another round to kick off the haunt season.

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    Great masks - will have to get some of these will add them to my shopping list. :lol:
     

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    Great masks - will have to get some of these will add them to my shopping list. :P
     

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    The masks are sweet. Def. one of the show stoppers at Transworld and Horrorfind.

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    COSTUMES FOR KIDS
    "Bringing Halloween to Disabled and Less Fortunate Children"
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    Hmmm,

    Did Screech wear this in his new movie?
    Dr. Spooky Pants
     

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    i know rusty at spfxmasks was saying that the silicone doesn't harbor bacteria either like latex masks do, so they can be worn by multiple people without having to worry about passing nasty germs. once i wore a mask someone else was wearing and it wasnt cleaned well and i got zits all over my head!
     

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    The mask dosen't hold bacteria inside the rubber like latex but you need to clean the top surface of the inside of the mask. iT'S NOT AN INSPECTOR GADGET MECHANICAL SELF CLEANING MASK.But we are working on that !!LOL!! JK! You have to give it a quick wash with SOAP AND WATER . If you switch actors without giving the mask a quick wash, their sweat and oil is still going to be in the mask. Arghh....GROSS!!!!! LOL!! Rusty
     

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    Oh i know, i always wash any mask or underwear that i exchange with other people prior to running around in! :wink:
     

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