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Old 07-04-2016, 11:19 PM
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Hi all, I've just bought a silicone JM doll, at 130cms she's lovely but a little small, on first use I've ripped one of her orifices! Eek, maybe i need to be more careful but what is the best stuff i can use on the repair, is there an adhesive on the market that will not only fix but be flexible enough or will it now be weakened by the initial damage?
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Old 07-04-2016, 11:31 PM
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These things happen and there are a few products which apparently work, all I know is that Karrot knows of a locally bought product which works very well, I'm sure he'll give you your answer when he logs on
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Old 08-04-2016, 12:27 AM
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[…]what is the best stuff i can use on the repair, is there an adhesive on the market that will not only fix but be flexible enough or will it now be weakened by the initial damage?
Sometimes, JM dolls come with a small silver tube of silicone adhesive. Check the box she came in, you might already have everything you need.

If not: A good silicone adhesive is Sil-Poxy by Smooth-on. It is also available in the UK. Other options are the silicone adhesives by Wacker Chemie. Those materials are actually more tear resistant than the silicone used by JM Doll.

Another silicone adhesie is Permatex flowable windshield sealant (or similar); this stuff seems to be easily availabe in the UK, but I have never used it.

Good luck!

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Hi Slicker,

Can you show us a pic of the damage?

Xiaoli had a small tear when she arrived as the silicone round her backdoor was millimetres thin and simply posing her had caused it to split. I have successfully reinforced the area, but I dont want to advise on the method unless I can see it would be appropriate for your issue.

From what you've said so far im sure its repairable if done right, but Pics would allow us to advise better

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Old 12-04-2016, 09:23 AM
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Thanks for the responses guys, yes there was a tube of glue and fingers crossed its now fixed, my next problem, staining from clothes on silicone? :-/ any help appreciated.
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Old 12-04-2016, 11:22 AM
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Staining on silicone - don't worry it goes away in a couple of months.

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[…] my next problem, staining from clothes on silicone? :-/ any help appreciated.
If you do not want to wait that stains dissapear with time, you can try sodium bicarbonate, also known as baking soda.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium...cleaning_agent

Here in Germany, it's called "Speisenatron" and sold from brands like "Bullrich-Salz" or "Kaiser Natron". This stuff is easily available and comes as a powder. Add a few drops of water and stir it to make a paste. It might look like tooth paste, and actually it's used in tooth paste as well.

Put it on the stained area in a thick layer and leave it there for a couple of hours. Then remove it and check if stains are already better. If not, repeat.

Can require multiple applications over several days. Does also work with TPE and is non-hazardous.

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