Shipping & Returns
Dead weight will cause you some strain. Standing models are easier than non standing as hugging the weight is easier on the body than trying to hold a lying doll.
Surface finish on every doll will be deceiving initially and this is the result of oiling. If you fully degrease and dry the doll, you will see seams and bits that will make the surface look bad. You will be like me and have greasy hands. Get accustomed to it, get a lot of baby oil.
Polyester clothing may cause stains! All dyes are not created equal, polyester dye will not tame it's self by washing, it will however seep out when it hits the oil on your doll, so do not leave polyester clothing on your doll for days or it may stain. I made a mistake with one doll, it got badly stained so I drenched clothing and all in baby oil and left it for 2 days and it has become a freak show of color stripes and splats showing uneven dye deposits in the jumpsuit she was wearing.
Check the holes before you go banging her. Most of the dolls I have are not sealed at all. The molds usually incorporate mounting for the hole designs and that means the skeleton will have nuts welded to it where it holds the mold. This leaves an opening to the area of the skeleton in the abdomen where all ends of stuff can get trapped in the gaps around the skeleton. Make sure everything gets plugged! I recommend buying some filler from wherever you can buy it or making your own if you have an old sacrificial doll. Either cut out a cylindrical section of TPE and stuff it in soaked in plenty of oil or get a solvent (currently testing ethyl acetate) to break up the polymers and make a sludge that can seal the hole... Though this is not for the fiddly or uncoordinated, you need a smooth metal or acrylic pipe to keep the hole protected as you fill it in.
Anyhow, this is a relationship with dead weight. It needs care and attention or it degrades in value. It won't run off and cheat, it won't deny you, and it won't bitch, but it will show you just how much you care and may answer questions you don't want answered.
Every doll I buy is approached as a gamble. The good ones I care for and the bad ones I use for what they are worth. It is a costly hobby but MLD put it in a price I can enjoy, hopefully for you as well.
😎THxs very informative.Have a great day.
I purchased my first doll ever from here and I am delighted with her. I will warn you, but if you are like me you won't take it serious, the 168 large breast model is heavy to move. Go to Lowes and carry a bag of sackrete around the store and you will get a good idea. And no matter how many times you ask her to raise her arms so you can dress her she won't, lol.
You definitely get the exact doll in the picture the hair and clothes are random but same body and face. I did get a damaged product on my second order it took a couple weeks but they ended up sending me a new one I highly recommend this seller personally just remember support is helpful and good just not super fast
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