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"EarPlugsThatFit" work and cost less>>>>>>>>>

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Fast Oil, Jun 3, 2007.

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  1. Fast Oil

    Fast Oil TS Member

    Jan 29, 1998

    I have sold over a dozen here in our shop and everyone has been happy with the results. It is a great item for kids as they grow you only have $14 in a set rather than the $40 to $60 for insta-mold. Great product, follow the instructions and you get good results.

  2. Clay McCracken

    Clay McCracken TS Member

    Jan 29, 1998

    I tried them and they are too hard when cured for me.

    I went back to the soft silicone plugs you can get 12 to a pack for $4.00 at Walgreens. Use them 3-4 times until they get soiled, then toss them.

    Mike T.
  3. ljutic73

    ljutic73 Well-Known Member

    Dec 29, 2005
    Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

    I order a set today....will report back as to how I like them.
  4. Mac V

    Mac V Guest

    I bought 2 pair of these ear plugs. I wasted the first pair spending too much time mixing the putty. The second pair turned out OK but they don't stay in even though their is actually a dogleg bend in the part that goes into the ear canal. I guess it's sweat that makes them slip out.

    Hey 24str8...post back if the company actually makes good on their offer of a free pair of earplugs if you publish a testimonial about the product on a forum. It's my bet they don't!

  5. winselect

    winselect TS Member

    Apr 22, 2007

    I bought some of these for my son. Mixed the two parts put it in the ear let it dry like instructions saidtook them out. Went to use them the next day and i guess as they finished drying the shrank, they were to small and wouldnt stay in. We are going back to the good ol foam plugs.
  6. smartass

    smartass TS Member

    Jan 15, 2006

    I seriously doubt that using hand lotion in the ear canal improves sound deadning by 50% (or even 1%) over the tried and true saliva. The only purpose of either is simply allow them to slip into the ear more easily. I like a BS story as much as anybody, but this is over the top.
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