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 Post subject: Re: Doll care FAST-n-EASY
PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 5:26 am 
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Many thanks Jeff for the quick, simple and effective doll care advice.


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 Post subject: Re: Doll care FAST-n-EASY
PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 5:41 am 
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It does cover the basics for new owners and introduces them to the concept of a maintenance Plan, so a good introduction.

The advanced stuff comes later.

And yes, Silicone dolls do also have a maintenance plan as well, it is similar, but less frequent and DOES NOT use the same materials, as the oils will not soak into silicon and can break down the silica bond matrixes over time. Additionally, the repair techniques and compound are different and mostly mutually exclusive of each other.

There are special silicone based restoratives that can rejuvenate both tin and platinum based silicone flesh, and corn starch or a good talc, is handy for keeping the mold build up down, when she is stored away in Winter for example.

Below is a silicone oil (Polydimethylsiloxane) that can be used sparingly to rejuvenate faded silicone and wear patches.



SDS link below
https://www.alumilite.com/PDFs/OLD%20MS ... ne-Oil.pdf

Remeber ALWAYS test and TRIAL on inconspicuous areas first, to ensure there are no adverse reactions :idea:


THAT IS FOR SILICONE DOLLS ONLY

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 Post subject: Re: Doll care FAST-n-EASY
PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 7:24 am 
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thanks everyone for the tips


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 Post subject: Re: Doll care FAST-n-EASY
PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 9:09 pm 
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You are welcome.
Please note that this is a living document which means things can vary.
The final product, I am working with my friend Indigo20, will be called on the NEWLYWED Guide.
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 Post subject: Re: Doll care FAST-n-EASY
PostPosted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 8:56 am 
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Just a quick 'addition' here maybe!

I've just been to a Folk Festival and spent four nights in a tent! What's that got to do with dolls you might ask? Well it's hard to have a wash in a tent and there weren't any showers on site! Last year I splashed water everywhere so this year I bought a 90cm kids blowup paddling pool for £3 which was brilliant!

I didn't think anything of it for doll care but I've just had a few pm conversations with a member who is not well at the moment and can't move his dolls far and it sort of clicked! You could quite easily put a plastic sheet down and a pool like that anywhere - even on carpet! In that way you can use a bowl of warm water and hand soap to sponge her down and rinse. It's ok just wiping but if you have a lot of powder on her you end up with a 'cakey' mess which is hard to shift with wipes alone! This way you can wash it off with very little water with her sitting being pampered! I think a slightly larger one may be needed for full sized dolls but you can measure the length of her sitting position and just get one to suit for very little money!

I suppose, in theory, you could even use it on the bed by rolling her on to it deflated,sit her upright in it then blow up the pool but personally I find it easy to lift my dolls out of bed! Also, you could put a plastic chair or even a camping loo seat in the pool and do all 'cleanup' there too! I use a camping loo seat in a plastic tub at the moment for 'flushing' my ladies so a pool could match both purposes! Just be careful of emptying the pool afterwards though! :whistle:

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 12:08 pm 
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I would add on the initial wash when you think you've washed her enough, bath her two or three more times no matter the manufacturer. To get the manufacturing residue off I set mine on a stool in the bathtub and used a handheld shower and used diluted laundry detergent. After this I have just washed/oiled/powdered her on the bed using a Indigo20's soft soap solution with towels under her. Take her first bath seriously for a wonderful honeymoon.



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 Post subject: Re: Doll care FAST-n-EASY
PostPosted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 11:07 pm 
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RC3291,
Good....
Below is a sneak preview of the NEWLY WED GUIDE .....

The Newly Wed Guide


The protocol for taking TPE dolls has changed alot in the past year. Unless you read about by chance or surf certain vendors you might not know. Credits go to my friend, Indigo20.
This guide basically deals with TPE care.
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DOLL CARE
Your TPE doll requires maintenance in order to lengthen the life span and ensure maximum durability while being used for her intended purposes. Now this is not burdensome in fact it can be quite enjoyable and become second nature once you have been acquainted with your doll as time goes on.

Your care kit should include the following:

Spray bottle
Microfibre towel
Cornstarch baby powder
Thick makeup brush
Soft sponge
Baby oil (babyoil having to be based on mineraloil/paraffinum,)
Nivea creme
Vaseline (petroleum jelly)

Her first two days
The first day of your TPE doll is the most important day.
Wash the doll 5-6 times for removing the production residues.
That stuff is unhealthy and you should remove it.
Afterwards do a mineral oil treatment, let it absorb and then do the powdering.
Let the doll rest for the night.
The first mineral oil treatment and powdering are working over night (binding left residues).
Next day, wash off the powder, do the mineral oil treatment again, let it absorb and then again the powdering.

Indigo20, page 27

Now, let’s talk about washing your doll.

Washing Your Doll



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YL 155 with standing feet only $1750

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. One vendor name kept coming up as being great at helping customers walk through the process, Booty Call Dolls. So I decided I would work with them on this first purchase, and did.
-princeoverit
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You could not of found a better person to help you with your first doll. Jeff /Booty call dolls, knows his stuff... One of the few members that is a vendor and a real lover of dolls. He owns quite a few dolls, and really understands the love we all share.
-Just in time
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 03, 2017 12:02 am 
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I wanna see the new update to this i still look over the original I got from you Jeff.


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 Post subject: Re: Doll care FAST-n-EASY
PostPosted: Thu Aug 03, 2017 1:24 am 
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NeoChibi,
Just email us at yourdollusa@gmail.com and I will send you the draft.
Once It goes onto TDF, the post will get locked.
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YL 155 with standing feet only $1750

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. One vendor name kept coming up as being great at helping customers walk through the process, Booty Call Dolls. So I decided I would work with them on this first purchase, and did.
-princeoverit
Quote:
You could not of found a better person to help you with your first doll. Jeff /Booty call dolls, knows his stuff... One of the few members that is a vendor and a real lover of dolls. He owns quite a few dolls, and really understands the love we all share.
-Just in time
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 10:38 pm 
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Newbie here. And guess who stained his doll? Not sure how it happened but there are black stains on three different areas of her face. I've tried dish soap and hot water but nothing worked yet. I've read posts referring to cleaning her but have yet to see anything definative on removing stains. She is TPE.
Any help would be most welcomed.


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 Post subject: Re: Doll care FAST-n-EASY
PostPosted: Fri Aug 25, 2017 8:41 pm 
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Thanks for the feedback. I did read quite a bit on previous posts that was helpful. There's a lot of information here.
Thanks again.


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