TAT attn: pro's/piercers (jewelry question)

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  1. pir8penguin

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    Is acrylic jewelry safe in a healed frenum piercing?
     
  2. phigity

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    i don't see why not.
     
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    :ugh: :ugh: :ugh:

    where did you hear that nonsense from?
     
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    and to answer your question... yes it is.. but uhh.. i its an active area.. i wouldnt really recomend it
     
  5. pir8penguin

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    well, here's the thing... i'll have the occasion to be "wanded" soon, and i was thinking there's just enough metal in the CBB i'm wearing now to register, and in this situation i'd rather not explain why the metal detector is going off at my cock.

    i wouldn't wear it for "fun"
     
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    if its high quality stainless steel the metal detector wont go off. 316LVM is a non-ferrous metal and shouldnt be detected unless its in high quantity(like 1lb of it)
     
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    and if you got 1 LB of metal on your cawk, you better have some damn pics! :rofl:



    but seriously, almighty is right. you have to have a LOT of metal before they go off.
     
  8. pir8penguin

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    lol, i don't think i'll be trying this... yet.

    thanks for the clarification. i'm assuming that if the SS wouldn't register, titanium wouldn't.
     
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    it doenst have to be good jewelry.


    316L is sufficient.
     
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    316LVM is good jewelry! its what most piercers started with and still do many piercings with
     
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    Actually, i think thats true because i have a one year old belly button piercing, and i went on family vacation and put a clear acrylic bb in it for about 3 days. BAD idea, it got red, irritated, dey, and just very painful and sore. I think a few more days and it would of gotten infected..so i really suggest not to wear acrylic for longer then a few hours...
     
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    Tell me how clear petroleum distillates are porous. Please.
     
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    wow i never knew any of that ThatGuy! i've had a acrylic in my tongue for a long time now b/c i chipped a tooth and didn't want to do it again. i've also wore it in my ears for a long time. never once have i had any problems with it.
     
  14. pir8penguin

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    so considering i bought this CBB from my piercer, and it's supposed to be top quality (and i paid for it) it should be fine. the acrylic was never meant to be for everyday wear, but now i know i don't even need to bother.
     
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    we just use 316L :hs:
     
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    316L is good too. thats what i use now, but i may switch to strictly titanium
     
  17. pir8penguin

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    i've noticed that a lot of titanium i've seen online is stamped. any pro's or con's?
     

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