I'm new to this and have a few questions
The main one is when ordering how many have used their credit cards or is it safer to go through PayPal or maybe one of the pay as you go credit cards?
When you do get it is it safe to leave it in the bed or standing?
How hard is it to pose?
Can all of these girls twist at the waist or is it just bend.
Is there a chart around showing the range of motion?
If they don't mention anything about standing feet does that mean it doesn't have them?
Do they sell TPE glue or what ever it is?
Sorry for all of the questions I just want to make sure I get it right.
Thanks for your time.
Get a PayPal credit account, any purchase over $100 gives you six months to pay it off with 0% interest. Bought all of my faux ladies here that way.
Either works for us!
Paypal is always a good way to go. They add an additional layer of protection if you're concerned about anything, and it's probably more discreet than putting it straight on your credit card.
I have used my credit card 3 times have never had a problem with this
and there is no such thing as "to many questions" or "stupid questions" here on this forum. We want to help you get it right as well.
I agree with @Fantastic Plastic and will add a few things.
I have used both Paypal and credit card. I prefer Paypal. The one time I used credit card, Visa's fraud protection system put a hold on the transaction. I had already purchased from MLD and trust them. It was an inconvenience more than anything. When ordering from Paypal it shows up on the bank statement or card statement as paypal.
I sleep with my 168 and 145. I have a firm memory foam mattress and have not had any problems with flat butts. If you are going to keep a doll in bed be careful of new fabrics, the dye can bleed into the TPE. If you order a doll it will come with a pink blanket. This is safe for the TPE and I keep my dolls covered with it even in bed.
Some joints may be harder to adjust than others but not so difficult to move into different positions.
The three dolls I have ordered came with a small manual showing correct movement of joints and safe positions to put the doll in.
I would not trust TPE glue or the companies that sell it. There are some very experienced doll owners on this site that can advise you on making proper and safe repairs when needed.
I have paid via PayPal on all of mine.
This is a creditable site, it’s a division of Roxy Display which sells Mannequins and Display cases.
I leave them standing in a closet or laying in bed. (My 161 - 22 lives in my bed for instance)
Not too hard to pose. Bigger doll however will be more difficult than a smaller one.
And yes, they can twist their back.
I believe 135 and up have standing feet. always double check though.
No, I don’t believe they sell TPE solvent/weld cement.