Customs: HELP!!

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  1. SG hailstorm

    SG hailstorm JaAm aficionado

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    I was detailing my generations scourge with a oil based paint marker and it bled all over his chest and forehead, ive tried alchohol pads and its not working and im getting super pissed, what can i do? I really…REALLY dont want to paint him cause i love the color blue he is
     
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    Paint thinner, but it might melt the plastic. Oven cleaner will work and won't affect the plastic (as much)
     
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    I tried paint thinner, lets just say now he NEEDS to be painted
     
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    Hey SG
    try giving him a wet sand with a very light grait sandpaper it may take some time but could be worth the effort if you want to save the plastic not sure what color bled onto his chest. im going to assume it was white. the areas you cant reach with the sand paper just use heavy washes to cover those areas

    hope this helps and good luck
     
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    SG, at this point, to "save" your figure it sounds like you'll have to custom paint it. If you want a figure that's stock, you can still find this figure for a reasonable price.
     

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