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Welcome to the "Take care of your figures" club!
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!
You have also some interesting tips? Show them to us: you can help many friends or have the chance to improve your skills! :)
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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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023 days agoHibiChikaHibiChika
hikaridranz (26 days 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?
026 days ago (26 days ago)hikaridranzhikaridranz
HibiChika (27 days 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.
027 days ago (27 days 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?
06 months 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)
010 months agoJadeyJadey
Agh, I wish I'd seen this earlier when I accidentally dropped Lily and her neck joint snapped ;A;
01 year agoOffshoreKaijuOffshoreKaiju
Be careful when setting up your play arts kai stands. Broke the peg on the swivel that holds the clamp to the stand. Looked around, but it seems that they do not sell replacement parts. People are selling the whole stand on e-bay for $25 though. Fixed it by getting 4 inch cable tie wraps and tie wrapping it to the stand. Worked out great!
01 year ago (1 year ago)OffshoreKaijuOffshoreKaiju
Just broke the lower half of the staff on my kotobukiya final fantasy Aerial Gainsborough item #1086. Tried gorilla glue and loctite and neither one holds. Was thinking of putting a small pin to put it back together along with some super glue, but wanted to see if anyone here has a better idea, or has had the same problem and fixed it somehow. Any advice is much appreciated thanks Update used krazy glue and it worked out great! Held it for 3min to be sure and let set for 5min to be sure. Be careful when putting staff back into place
12 years agoMrColobusMrColobus
I've got a couple of figures that repeatedly get a greasy coating so I indulged in a bit of Bing action and found this. Apologies if already posted, I couldn't find it anywhere on MFC.

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Rei and Yuki are in the freezer now, will take them out in about half hour and see what happened......!
02 years agoakosikelvinakosikelvin
How do you take care of MISB collection? is it really get sticky and oily by time? or you can prevent it? Thanks in advance.
02 years agoCerudaysCerudays
I'm gonna have to give it a try sometime. Thank you for the advice! :) abi (2 years ago) #1132676You can try applying glue around the loose place of the joint extremely carefully with a toothpick, be sure the glue doesn't get on any other place, so the joint doesn't end without movement, in case it ends snapping, I wrote this about a week ago to fix joints: (mfc link) ... also, I was wondering if it was possible for that article to be linked to this club

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