TDK movie masters paint question
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TDK movie masters paint question

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What kinda' paints are used on the movie masters TDK belts? I think I accidentaly scratched off a bit of silver from the belt of an extra figure which btw was dipped in hot water for 50 secs or a minute...a little below boiling point to move the hip joint..do you think it might have effected the paint? or is it common ? does boiling or hot water have negative effects on figures?

Posted by Shan
on Tuesday, March 9, 2010
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Goldenwolf -
Saturday, March 13, 2010
Its pretty much the same as for the white residue just put on A lite coat & you should be fine .
Shan -
Saturday, March 13, 2010
hey thanks a lot guys yes iv noticed that black sharpie ink gets purplish after a while..so both are kinda risky I suppose to use the sealer on? btw, is crazy glue like super glue? and won't it form some kinda' white residue?
Goldenwolf -
Thursday, March 11, 2010
The Black Sharpie Turns Purple In A Few Moments After It Drys But It Looks Good & Stays Black IF You Seal It But the silver turns into A steel grey color If You Seal It But It Keeps A Good Color If You Use A Lite Coat Of Krazy Glue .
DTM -
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Yeah, don't know what silver does, but over time the black sharpie turns purplish...
Goldenwolf -
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
You Might Have To Seal It W/ Some Paint Sealer Or A lite Coat Of Krazy Glue .
Shan -
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
I think the Hot water Softens the Paint But that Should Be Ok after it cools. It Might wash Off Some Mold Release from the Figure But Not All Of it . As For The Silver Paint Just Give It A Touch Up With Some Other Silver Paint Or Maybe A Silver Sharpie I Do That Some Times.


aahh...I see man..thanks for the info yeah I'll try the sharpie thing..hope it stays there for good...it does right??
Goldenwolf -
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
I think the Hot water Softens the Paint But that Should Be Ok after it cools. It Might wash Off Some Mold Release from the Figure But Not All Of it . As For The Silver Paint Just Give It A Touch Up With Some Other Silver Paint Or Maybe A Silver Sharpie I Do That Some Times.
bobtheodd -
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
We have a lot of guests that stop by, that could be a lot of the views. I read it, and I don't really have an answer for you. Sorry.
Shan -
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
lol 18 views..
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