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You broke an accessory for your figure? You snapped a joint and you don't know ho to remove the part stucked in the hole? Your favourite figure have a terrible smudge on it? Here you can solve your problems and discuss about your experiencies!
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Most active club posts in the forum:
(mfc link) About problems with Nendoroids neck joints;
(mfc link) About figures cleaning sistems;
(mfc link) About tranfert color smudges;
(mfc link) About cold cast statues repairing sistems;

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01 month agokiokushitakakiokushitaka
Anyone got tips on removing grey smudges from a charm figure? i'm not sure where it came from, but it doesn't seem to come off with water and gentle q-tip.
05 months agocaptain-burritocaptain-burrito
HibiChika (2 years ago) #3135154humid summer and theres no ac in my room. its 30°C at coolest. i keep my figurines from 2009 in their boxes on the floor laying around the wooden tiles of my bedroom. sometimes these tiles heat up. will my figurines melt, sweat and die a pointless death like a cat?
Apparently the problem may be worse if the figures are sealed and the chemical has nowhere to evaporate. In my experience I am inclined to believe this as the worst one i encountered was one that was sealed and it literally had droplets on it. This doesn't happen to all figures as the vast majority of my old figures are fine. However, opening them to breath might not actually help since you live somewhere hot and humid. Perhaps open them to let them breath when it is not humid?
01 year ago (1 year ago)TokyocopXTokyocopX
TokyocopX (1 year ago) #6935134Does anyone know how to remove a peg from a figure... I just broke my Hikaru break figure one of the pegs in her foot now...ugh for a newb... with shakey hands.. Also would like to know how to remove figures from their stands with out breaking them stuck into the figure I have an issue with that, I hate it so much... Why can't they use metal pegs from now on I know they did for a Madoka figure...ugh
01 year ago (1 year ago)TokyocopXTokyocopX
Does anyone know how to remove a peg from a figure... I just broke my Hikaru break figure one of the pegs in her foot now...ugh for a newb... with shakey hands..
02 years agoWoblierLeopardWoblierLeopard
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I got one question, since i am new to figure collecting, this is my room. I had always been worrying about the those sunlight ( although its not direct ) , did those light will damage my figure? is this a good place for the display cabinet to be?
02 years agoHibiChikaHibiChika
hikaridranz (2 years ago) #3135985Move them somewhere that's not the heating tiles? Maybe a low table? :v
I think it depends on the figure. Humid and warm all year round here, left a nendoroid in its box since 2009 in a wood cabinet (parquet tiles), it's not melting/sweating. My trading figures from back then are fine too in their boxes.

i see ty, i do occassionally open their boxes on my freedays from work to let the figurines breath but when i do so, they smell like paint. isnt that a bad omen?
02 years ago (2 years ago)hikaridranzhikaridranz
HibiChika (2 years ago) #3135154humid summer and theres no ac in my room. its 30°C at coolest. i keep my figurines from 2009 in their boxes on the floor laying around the wooden tiles of my bedroom. sometimes these tiles heat up. will my figurines melt, sweat and die a pointless death like a cat?

Move them somewhere that's not the heating tiles? Maybe a low table? :v

I think it depends on the figure. Humid and warm all year round here, left a nendoroid in its box since 2009 in a wood cabinet (parquet tiles), it's not melting/sweating. My trading figures from back then are fine too in their boxes.
02 years ago (2 years ago)HibiChikaHibiChika
humid summer and theres no ac in my room. its 30°C at coolest. i keep my figurines from 2009 in their boxes on the floor laying around the wooden tiles of my bedroom. sometimes these tiles heat up. will my figurines melt, sweat and die a pointless death like a cat?
02 years agokeruteikerutei
Hey i just accidentally scratched the coating off across my nendoroid levi's face does anyone know if there is anyway i can fix it?(T . T)
03 years agoJadeyJadey
Agh, I wish I'd seen this earlier when I accidentally dropped Lily and her neck joint snapped ;A;

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