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Post Posted: 04/04/16 6:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
The "shaper" spray, is it basically starch or is it something else? Also, if you don't have the spray what's the best way to remove wrinkles like that?

They look great, by the way.
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Post Posted: 04/04/16 7:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
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The "shaper" spray, is it basically starch or is it something else? Also, if you don't have the spray what's the best way to remove wrinkles like that?

They look great, by the way.
I never use the spray, I just use water......
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Post Posted: 04/04/16 7:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
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TonyPlush26 wrote:
The "shaper" spray, is it basically starch or is it something else? Also, if you don't have the spray what's the best way to remove wrinkles like that?

They look great, by the way.
I never use the spray, I just use water......


So just water and the cap bubble?
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Post Posted: 04/04/16 7:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
TonyPlush26 wrote:
seawolf wrote:
TonyPlush26 wrote:
The "shaper" spray, is it basically starch or is it something else? Also, if you don't have the spray what's the best way to remove wrinkles like that?

They look great, by the way.
I never use the spray, I just use water......


So just water and the cap bubble?


That's what I've done. Sometimes I use the spray, but not often.

Seawolf, those look brand new.
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Post Posted: 04/04/16 7:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
TonyPlush26 wrote:
seawolf wrote:
TonyPlush26 wrote:
The "shaper" spray, is it basically starch or is it something else? Also, if you don't have the spray what's the best way to remove wrinkles like that?

They look great, by the way.
I never use the spray, I just use water......


So just water and the cap bubble?
Yeah I have a spray bottle of water and I just spray the buckram..... sometimes I'll' wet my hands and rub water on the crown around the logo to avoid water stains.....
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Post Posted: 04/04/16 7:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
Erie Warrior wrote:
TonyPlush26 wrote:
seawolf wrote:
TonyPlush26 wrote:
The "shaper" spray, is it basically starch or is it something else? Also, if you don't have the spray what's the best way to remove wrinkles like that?

They look great, by the way.
I never use the spray, I just use water......


So just water and the cap bubble?


That's what I've done. Sometimes I use the spray, but not often.

Seawolf, those look brand new.
the spray is very sticky, and it damaged the wood on my windowsill lol.....
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Post Posted: 04/04/16 8:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
The spray is just starch. Seawolf is right, use water.
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Post Posted: 04/04/16 10:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
Sounds good, I'll have to get my hands on a nu-cap/re-cap kit. Or just a cap bubble, lol.
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Post Posted: 04/05/16 8:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote
Gadm wrote:
As for the DC's wool and brim, this is my only DC cap. I have some HatClub MLB Cooperstown USA made 100% wool caps, and I have to say that I prefer the feel of my DC's wool rather than HatClubs, but my DC's brim is too pliant for my test in comparison to the stiffer brim of HatClub's caps. But definitely both wools are better than my Chinese wools.


Totally agree with you about DC wool feeling better than Hat Club wools. And yeah, the plastic-y brims are the worst aspect of DC's. I'd recommend AC wools if you like the DC wool feel but prefer a stronger brim.

And no need to apologize for your English, it's quite good!
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