Can someone do me a favour and take a picture of the inside of your mask. with foaming. I'm just looking to see someof the different ways it has been done.
I have a 6" gap behind my head and the back of my mask and about a 3" gap above my head to top of mask.... I think I am going to try this version... much less scary don't want to ruin my mask...People do do it outside the mould, i would be very carefull and only do a very small amount at a time, i've had many masks sent to me for repaire that resembled basketballs!
Another way to to it is to use sheet foam cut into small sqaures, or even those foam pads you get to do the dishes, with a brillo pad on, remove the pad and using upholstery spray glue or similar glue them in, i've done this many times and it works well,just take your time and be carefull.
RJ, I wouldn't use ANY of Smooth-ons foams for dreads... the V is a bit to stiff and the Flex III is too soft... Plus, their foams and their silicones don't get along at all and no one at Smooth-on has any idea why. A better option would be Silpaks SP-200-4 Aside from being a more stable foam, it's a 4 lb. foam, so it's perfectly in between the 3 and 5 lb. versions from Smooth-on and has the right bounce for dreads.Is this what you would use to foam the inside of a head. Could you use this to make dreads
FlexFoam-iT! V - Trial Size
5-lb. Flexible Polyurethane Foam. 1A:1B By Volume Mix Ratio -
No Scale Required
Net Weight : 2 Lbs.