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    Question Push fit studs very hard to remove

    I changed my threaded steel labret in my monroe to a push fit bioplast. I find changing the push fit stud very difficult, it takes a lot of force and the labret usually comes out. Is there an easier way to do this?

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    They do wear down over time, but it's better they're tight than loose tbh! Maybe just don't push it in as far though.
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    Did you get them from here? I just got a couple new ones a few months ago to replace some old ones I purchased a year or so ago. The new ones are horrible quality compared to the old ones, really hard to get in and out, feel really cheap and nasty! They will get easier with time anyway. Just blargh! Thought I'd have a rant about it! Just keep putting the push fit in and out a few times.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SleeeepyHollow View Post
    Did you get them from here? I just got a couple new ones a few months ago to replace some old ones I purchased a year or so ago. The new ones are horrible quality compared to the old ones, really hard to get in and out, feel really cheap and nasty! They will get easier with time anyway. Just blargh! Thought I'd have a rant about it! Just keep putting the push fit in and out a few times.
    Yea the one I just changed I got from here. The new one I put in I got locally but it seems just as hard to remove. Not removing it for a while as it is getting a bit swollen from the force I had to use to get it off!

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    Mine were exactly the same, its irritating really because I use them as retainers. I just leave mine in for weeks on end cause its such a faff to remove them!


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    central labret. industrial. double nostrils.
    philtrum. tattoos.

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    Well I ordered a 16g insertion pin. This won't help getting the stud off the labret but at least I can change the labret if need be.

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    I prefer the Wildcat ones to the BJS new ones
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob12 View Post
    I prefer the Wildcat ones to the BJS new ones
    You find the stud easier to pop off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquakitty View Post
    You find the stud easier to pop off?
    They're ever so slightly bigger, and although I have the clear ends this doesn't make it more noticeable. So they're easier to get a grip on which then makes it easier to get off but it's also more secure.
    Current holes:
    VCH, fourchette, 2 4mm inner labia, horizontal left nipple,
    vertical right nipple, navel, tongue web, frowny, septum, 2 back microdermals, half dinosaur
    Left ear: 8mm lobe, 3 helix, forward helix
    Right ear: 8mm lobe, 6mm lobe, 4mm lobe, tragus


    Tattoos:
    One!


    Wanty:
    Smiley redone, uvula, other half of dinosaur piercing

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    where do u get the wildcat ones from? im considerin using bioplast labrets push fit for convenience but would like to try the other kind too

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