Always use the included clothing test adhesive to ensure that any clothing you purchase for your doll is suitable. Test your doll’s new clothing by placing the test adhesive on the fabric for at least one hour. If the adhesive is stained when removed, the fabric is not suitable, and you should not use the clothes.
Silicone has a slightly sticky surface so you should lightly dust your doll with talcum powder before putting on any clothing.
You can also use an electrostatic spray to limit the chances of static electricity between the clothing and your doll’s skin.
Remove your doll’s head before putting clothes on its upper body.
Take care not to bend or raise your doll’s arms beyond their limitations (similar to that of a person) as this may cause fractures in the silicone.
Make sure that none of your doll’s clothing has sharp edges that touch the skin as this may also damage the silicone.
If you are having difficulty with tight clothing such as jeans or stockings, try another light dusting of talcum powder. However, it’s advisable to avoid extremely tight clothing as the pressure on your doll’s body, and limbs can cause the silicone to become misshapen.
Always use the right size clothing. Squeezing your doll into clothes that are too small can cause permanent damage.
Silicone will produce oils, and at times these may be visible on your doll’s skin. This is perfectly natural and all you need to do is gently wipe it off with a towel.
If your doll’s skin becomes stained, you can gently clean the affected area with soapy water. Never use any corrosive cleaning agents. After drying, lightly dust your doll’s skin with talcum powder.
Generally speaking, you can use the same products on your doll as you do on yourself and your clothes. Soap, shower gel, and a mild laundry detergent are ideal.
You can place your doll into a wide variety of positions but when not in use it is best to restore her to the original factory position. If left in another position for a prolonged period, wrinkles may appear, particularly at the joints. Should this occur, put your doll in the suggested storage position to allow the wrinkles to reduce naturally.
Our factory uses silicone paint for your doll’s makeup and although it is made to last, do not wipe or rub it aggressively. Take particular care when cleaning the face, eyebrows, and eyelashes as these areas are difficult to repair when damaged.
You can use cosmetic products such as lipstick and blush on your doll but avoid those that are too thick or greasy as they will be difficult to remove.
When removing your doll’s makeup, please do so gently using a mild makeup remover.