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 Post subject: Re: TPE Doll Storage
PostPosted: Tue Jan 21, 2014 11:18 am 
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Thanks, Zarnon. Once again, you are the man. I'm going to experiment with seedling heat mats installed in the lid, away from the doll and the memory foam, and see what kind of temperature can develop within the confines of the box without the doll in place.
I already installed a 4" layer of chair cushion foam base, then covered with memory foam on base, rear, side, and front walls, and its a sweet fit.
Thanks again for the tip!


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 Post subject: Re: TPE Doll Storage
PostPosted: Tue Jan 21, 2014 5:16 pm 
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Using the underside of the lid to house your heating element is an interesting idea. An alternative to electrical heating might be 2-3 of those microwavable heat packs. A few pouches could be added to the underside of the lid to hold these packs so they are not touching anything else in the container. When you are planning on using your doll, you would simply nuke some heat packs, slip them inside their pouches, close the lid, and wait a few hours. Since the container will have already been made well-insulated, most of the heat should remain inside the box and slowly warm up the doll.



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 Post subject: Re: TPE Doll Storage
PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:47 pm 
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Can a TPE doll just be left on bed for extended time? Or would it be best to still have memory foam underneath? Am getting a Suri-Torso ( http://asexdoll.com/shop/asian-sex-doll ... oll-torso/ ) that is supposedly made from very soft TPE...


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 Post subject: Re: TPE Doll Storage
PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2017 2:35 pm 
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Due to limited privacy issues this summer, I have moved all 4 of my dolls to this deck/patio box. I put dense and memory foam on the top and had a custom fake leather cover made for it to match my other furniture.
Previously it was just being used for my 140cm TPE doll with storage of clothing in the bottom. I bought plastic container and cut a piece of thin plywood to make a second floor on it. Now I have the plastic bins still under each corner. My 80cm silicone and 100cm TPE doll in the bottom on memory foam and wrapped in their blankets. Then in the second floor I have the 140cm TPE doll and 165cm fabric doll nestled side by side on memory foam wrapped in their blankets.
I have checked on them from time to time and everything seems okay. Also I put some silicate packets in to cut down on moisture. In another month or so I will be able to bring them back out to their normal stations. I have two ottomans lined with memory foam for the smaller dolls and the fabric doll generally relaxes in the closet on blankets when not snuggled.


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