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Our masks can withstand humidity, however direct contact with water will damage your mask. Please don’t wear them in the rain or under champagne showers. Some of our customers have added a laquer or spray paint layer to their masks to help in watery environments.
It’s amazing but yes! To assemble you’ll need some free time and the assembled design will bring you relaxation and fun, and a deserved sense of pride. Our templates are made as conveniently as possible. All of them have an intuitive assembly and numbered parts.
Standard white glue, a liquid glue stick or fast drying glue can be used for the assembly.
No, you don’t. We use special cardboard for crafts that already has a unique color and texture.
Yes, you do. The set comes with a knife for paper cutting.
Our masks are one size fits mosts. For people with very large brains or a lot of hair, we recommend the Werewolf, Antelope, Red Devil, Jaguar, and Gorilla, though most other masks will fit as they expand or contract to size. For very small heads or younger people our masks will work and in some cases wearing a beanie or a cloth will help them fit snug.
Yes, it is not a problem to wear glasses as there is space within our masks.
Yes, you can see very well out of our masks, however we do not recommend driving or any other risky business.
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The model kit is intended for older children (from 12 years old) and adults. However, in each case, it depends on the child’s perseverance. In our catalog, you can sort kits by skill level.
We complete our kits for wall decoration with double-sided adhesive tape. Using the tape, you can quickly hang the figures you have assembled. However, if you want to keep them on the wall for long, we recommend using a self-tapping screws or nails.