TAT Scarification/branding

Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by Whippy, Nov 16, 2004.

  1. Whippy

    Whippy Guest

    will heating a knife blade with a lighter and then holding it against the skin scar?

    Or is it not hot enough to leave a mark?

    :dunno:

    also,
    Discuss.
     
  2. cheltron

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    i would imagine that a propane torch would get a knife hot enough to scar, not too sure about a lighter though... uhhhh good luck?
     
  3. joy division

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    Use your stove top...lighter might work, but stove top would be faster and more effective (a gas one of course).
     
  4. Grouch

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    go to a professional
     
  5. brujito

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    :werd:
     
  6. Whippy

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    Already did it before posting the thread.
    I was just mucking around.

    Was wondering if it will scar or not.
     
  7. JumboJym69

    JumboJym69 New Member

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    way to go, you are probably going to get an infection and have to go to the hospital. but at least you will have a scar
     
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  9. Jin-Chuu

    Jin-Chuu New Member

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    it would work

    I have a cross on my arm that I had done with a friend using a long razor blade and a zippo lighter.
     
  10. Nickos

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    sure itll work but its not really advised
     
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    soldering irons are cheap
     

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