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  • 0pt
    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.
    8 months ago
    1pt
    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.
    8 months ago
    1pt
    Lilie (8 months 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
    8 months ago
    0pt
    Kirito-dono (8 months 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 ^*^
    8 months ago
    0pt
    Asagoe 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.
    8 months ago
    0pt
    MasterSora (8 months 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 :(
    8 months ago
    2pt
    Kirito-dono (8 months 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.
    8 months ago
    18pt
    Bea2028 (8 months 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.
    8 months ago
    1pt
    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
    8 months ago
    1pt
    I clean my figures with acetone,but I don't know if it could work in this case...
    8 months ago
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