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PostSubject: VINYL REPAIR   Mon 28 Nov 2011 - 16:27

Silly me was opening my noise with a dremel and I marked my dolls face. the bit came out of her nose and Left 5 little dots. Well I sanded the dots with very, very fine sandpaper, and it finally looked good. No more dots. Well when I painted over with flesh color all you can see is lines in the face where I sanded. Looks like my baby took a digger and scrapped her face. My poor little Kendyl. So needless to say, this is not a good thing. My question is, is there anything I can do to make these scratches go away? Is there a vinyl filler I could use? Or should I just give up? I was trying to buy another Kendall face, but could not find one so far. I was going to use another face, but after looking at all the prices just for a face, I guess I should just by the whole kit again from BB. It is around 25.00 for the full kit.
I would appreciate any help you all could give me.
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PostSubject: Re: VINYL REPAIR   Mon 28 Nov 2011 - 18:29

Oh no! That's why I would never use a dremel! I hand drill mine.
I don't know if it would fix the problem but I think I would try finger
tapping a little thinning medium or glazing gel on the scratches.
It might work. Def worth trying something before giving up on it.

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PostSubject: Re: VINYL REPAIR   Wed 28 Dec 2011 - 11:29

well I am no expert...but when my head dipped from getting to hot I tried thin coats of 3d medium...it helped...make sure they are real thin coats thou...worse thing that can happen is you clean every thing off and try another product...the learning curve...dont be to hard on your self ....it's worth a try since you will toss it any way noway
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PostSubject: Re: VINYL REPAIR   Wed 28 Dec 2011 - 20:17

LittlePunkins wrote:
Oh no! That's why I would never use a dremel! I hand drill mine.
I don't know if it would fix the problem but I think I would try finger
tapping a little thinning medium or glazing gel on the scratches.
It might work. Def worth trying something before giving up on it.

Hugs

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