Goalie Mask

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  1. DTownWingsfan

    DTownWingsfan Registered User

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    Just have a quick question for you guys. I'm going to repaint my goalie mask,and the foam that is on the inside,can it be replaced? It's been in there since forever,and my uncle had it when he played,so I was just wondering about that. Also,if I can replace it,which type of foam(or any other material)should I put in there to replace it,and how do I make sure it stays?

    Thanks for any help
     
  2. Hedberg

    Hedberg MLD Glue Guy

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    It would depend on your mask model. I know for a lot of masks you can replace the foam, but I don't really know where to get it.
     
  3. Avery316

    Avery316 guilty as charged

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    You need to find a hockey shop that refurbishes equipment, not all stores do this so you have to ask around, this is your best bet.
     
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    Try replacing it with Maltese gel. Look up Phil Maltese online.
     
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    great stuff. I use it in My PM1000 and my youngest uses it in his Stacy Jr Pro. IF the fit is a tad loose you can but the gel in right on top of the foam.
     

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