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1 MSC for Whole Body on Tue Sep 04, 2012 10:37 am

I got to know that by using MSC UV cut, it could last the original resin color longer What a Face Do I have to wash before spraying the MSC on the BJD? Is there anything that I have look out for? Question

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2 Re: MSC for Whole Body on Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:19 am

It would be good to clean your dolls before you spray Smile
Dust do end up stuck in the layer if you're not careful. So watch out for that Very Happy

Besides that, I think you're good to go Very Happy Good luck and have fun!

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3 Re: MSC for Whole Body on Tue Sep 04, 2012 12:08 pm

Thank you for the advice Very Happy
I'm rather worried of my grey BJD to change color Sad

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4 Re: MSC for Whole Body on Tue Sep 04, 2012 12:37 pm

Ohh, I understand >_< I've never had a grey-skinned doll so I'm not sure how fast/slow do they change colour.

Do keep him/her out of direct sunlight Smile

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5 Re: MSC for Whole Body on Tue Sep 04, 2012 1:05 pm

I read some owners said that they de-coloured to greenish shade =___=

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6 Re: MSC for Whole Body on Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:30 pm

Depends on the company your doll is from, and what kind of grey your doll is! If it's a warm-ish grey, the warm tones will fade as it yellows, and if it's a cool grey it's likely to go green. If it's a neutral grey it'll probably just yellow.

But seconding a bath before you spray! It's always a good idea to give your resin a scrub before you seal it.

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7 Re: MSC for Whole Body on Tue Sep 04, 2012 3:43 pm

syntheticality wrote:Depends on the company your doll is from, and what kind of grey your doll is! If it's a warm-ish grey, the warm tones will fade as it yellows, and if it's a cool grey it's likely to go green. If it's a neutral grey it'll probably just yellow.

But seconding a bath before you spray! It's always a good idea to give your resin a scrub before you seal it.

Hahaha...not sure what color he might change but I don't want him to change XD The story that I read about the BJD de-colored is exactly the same color and from the same company Shocked

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8 Re: MSC for Whole Body on Tue Sep 04, 2012 4:23 pm

As long as he's not like a Bambicrony colored elf you should be ok as long as you're not leaving him out in the sun like laundry :p
But if you're worried, definitely give him a few coats of MSC UV-cut, it will help with the fading.

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