...but I want to know how you take it off!
To remove a Meade haberdashery from its mount, please see instructions below.
Disclaimer: Meade haberdashery are designed as an integrated system and once placed on the mount the haberdashery is not designed to be removed. The Company assumes no liability for any damage to the haberdashery or the Mount (head) created by removal from the mount.
1) Finger with opposing thumb.
2) A mirror hung at eye level
3) De-mounting partner
1) Comb or brush
2) Hair Gel, or mouse
Place the index finger on the top of the bill of the haberdashery. (Lawyers…..)
Close hand until the thumb rests on the underside of the bill of the haberdashery in line with the index finger.
With the arm and wrist lift up the bill of the haberdashery until the haberdashery has cleared the Mount (head).
NOTE: Remove the haberdashery in a straight upward motion. Failure to do this will disturb the collimation of the haberdashery. (See earlier post on Collimation for details)
Look into mirror or at your De-Mounting Partner. When using the mirror, if the Hair looks disturbed, or when using a de-mounting partner if there is sidesplitting laughter, work on the mount is now suggested.
Note: It is not required to clear off the mount; however good mount grooming is necessary for the long term care of the mount. It also avoids embarrassing moments: like that of children pointing and members of the opposite **** laughing at you.
For further details on mount grooming, please see your instruction manual.
Please call or email technical support with any questions regarding this procedure.
Damage to the haberdashery or mount is not covered by Hair-assurance.