iI've gotten myself into a bad situation... Any help?n/a    Readers' selection (2017-03-20)

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01 month agoMauxjediMauxjedi
I know this is a VERY bad idea, but I've managed to use my RPG miniature painting kits to cover up paint-rub and paint-chip. I have a lot of paints so matching exactly isn't an issue, but just be sure you can get the paint the exact shade, and as thinned down as you can. Typically I do this for very small blemishes and I'd never try it on anything worth a lot.
11 month ago (1 month ago)maggiemaggie
I agree about the acetone, but I usually use it on spots that don't already have paint (faces, legs, places that have odd marks that don't already have paint).

I probably wouldn't use it on a blouse unless you had a SUPER light hand and a qtip, good technique and be used to removing paint. You would remove any finish on the blouse though.
11 month ago (1 month ago)Bea2028Bea2028
Lilie (1 month ago) #19113175I've used nail polish remover that has acetone multiple times and i haven't damaged any of my figures.
I've used it with soft brush and very small amounts carefully to remove paint scratches.
Though of course you shouldn't use pure acetone.

I meant nail polish remover,not pure acetone ^^ here in Spain we call acetone to the nail polish remover
01 month ago (1 month ago)Bea2028Bea2028
Kirito-dono (1 month ago) #19108795Why would you do that? Don't use acetone, you'll damage your figures.
I only use it to clean the soft plastic parts of my figmas when they get dirty,so they don't get any damage at all. Of course I wouldn't do that to clean the painted parts!! And if I did,it would be very carefully,so don't worry ^*^
01 month agoAsagoeAsagoe Mad Magician ✨
I had this happen to me recently when I was moving some stuff around. I was able to remove it by lightly rubbing the area with one of those white erasers from a mechanical pencil.
01 month agoGCNessGCNess
MasterSora (1 month ago) #19106398I know it's not ideal, but the same thing happened to my Saitama scale, and I managed to scratch the paint marks off.
I've tried that, and it didn't work :(
21 month ago (1 month ago)LilieLilie
Kirito-dono (1 month ago) #19108795Why would you do that? Don't use acetone, you'll damage your figures.I've used nail polish remover that has acetone multiple times and i haven't damaged any of my figures.
I've used it with soft brush and very small amounts carefully to remove paint scratches.
Though of course you shouldn't use pure acetone.
161 month agoKirito-donoKirito-dono
Bea2028 (1 month ago) #19107212I clean my figures with acetone,but I don't know if it could work in this case...
Why would you do that? Don't use acetone, you'll damage your figures.
11 month agoBlackfire89Blackfire89
i only tried magic eraser so far, while rubbing gently it will vanish over time, but still it sucks.. if this dont work i dont know what to do sorry
11 month agoBea2028Bea2028
I clean my figures with acetone,but I don't know if it could work in this case...
11 month agoMasterSoraMasterSora
I know it's not ideal, but the same thing happened to my Saitama scale, and I managed to scratch the paint marks off.