Added Jan 21, 2013
Once completely covered and the plaster has set. Before cutting the mold, make horizontal lines 90 degrees to cut line to guide when you reassemble mold. Cut the mold off with bandage scissors. In order to allow breathing room may cut partially up to the chest as you are waiting for upper chest to harden. I've read horror stories about applying plaster. However, I used medical grade plaster bandages. If you plan ahead and have plaster pieces cut ahead of time and organized for areas they will cover, applying and waiting for bandages to set should only take about 45 minutes.
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