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I would not like to try the stuffing the nose with cotton and breathing
from a straw unless I knew my students could handle it.
The plaster gets warm and that might also cause the students to get anxious.
Remember to have students sign their names, or have name tags ready to put
on, near, in or what ever, the mask. You would think they could remember
their own face, but some don't, and others will grab one that came out
better and if the owner is meek, or tough, etc, you'll have a situation on
To have neat edges, cut small rectangles, and apply them around border,
overlapping as you go. Do this when the mask is almost dry, or dry. An
extra step, but worth it.
Don't do it on a damp or rainny day, unless your room is well heated and dry.
Hope this helps, Sincerely, Diane L.