Basic DIY Funko "repair"

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Re: Basic DIY Funko "repair"

Postby Hgmaddhatter » Wed May 22, 2019 3:33 pm

Not sure if anyone has mentioned this but Nail Polish remover is great for taking off paint mistakes. Just make sure that the mistake is actually not a scratch because the Polish Remover will take it down to the base color.

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Postby thisdudeproper » Fri May 24, 2019 10:43 pm

Does anyone have any suggestions how to fix a chipped funko nose?

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Re: Basic DIY Funko "repair"

Postby zombiemilkshake » Sun May 26, 2019 4:26 am

Great tips. Have used the hairdryer to get broken base pieces out of some of mine, too.

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Postby Paul_755 » Wed May 29, 2019 11:43 pm

Stumbled on a repair.

So, I thought that grey line on the forehead of the new Winston from Ghostbusters was rogue paint scratch so I tried to remove it, long story short I needed a way to dull up the area over that grey line to match the rest of the head. I tried a brand new regular pink pencil eraser and it worked perfectly, it scuffed it enough to match the rest of the head.

Dunno if anyone else will have a similar issue with a shiny patch but just thought I’d share for my first post.

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Postby Hawkeye_13 » Thu May 30, 2019 12:24 am

Hgmaddhatter wrote:Not sure if anyone has mentioned this but Nail Polish remover is great for taking off paint mistakes. Just make sure that the mistake is actually not a scratch because the Polish Remover will take it down to the base color.

Do you think that would work on green blood splatter on that old hottopic predator?

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Postby BenLo » Mon Jun 03, 2019 12:40 am

Hgmaddhatter wrote:Not sure if anyone has mentioned this but Nail Polish remover is great for taking off paint mistakes. Just make sure that the mistake is actually not a scratch because the Polish Remover will take it down to the base color.

Great trip! Just go lightly over the mistake to not remove and base paint

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Re: Basic DIY Funko "repair"

Postby Moviemakeupfx » Mon Jun 03, 2019 3:06 am

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Mjacob78 wrote:So I have the flying tinkerbell in which the "pixie dust" is her stand that goes mid back. Well my cat knocked her off the shelf and the stand broke off by her back. Ive tried super glue and gorilla glue and nothing will hold it. Any ideas?

Did you give the glue enough time to cure? I bought my sister an Ernesto de la Cruz pop last year from a Toys R Us liquidation sale and somehow his legs had been snapped off (they were still in the box), so I borrowed a friend's E6000 glue and carefully glued the pop back together and propped it up in a location where it could cure for 24 hours without messing up the repair.

Either didn't let it sit long enough to cure, didn't get it realigned right when you glued it, or you need a stronger glue.


Well the damn cat also knocked over the NBC clown and he lost his legs and I was able to glue them back with no problem. I just think the clear stand maybe the way it broke right against her back and it won't hold up the pop weight so she's just lying on her side like she's posing lol.

I always find my glue gun to be very handy when it comes to putting humpty funko back together again. The great thing about a glue gun is it's easy to remove excess glue if you use too much or to add more if not enough.

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Postby FunkoMeansFun » Wed Jun 05, 2019 11:59 pm

Paul_755 wrote:Stumbled on a repair.

So, I thought that grey line on the forehead of the new Winston from Ghostbusters was rogue paint scratch so I tried to remove it, long story short I needed a way to dull up the area over that grey line to match the rest of the head. I tried a brand new regular pink pencil eraser and it worked perfectly, it scuffed it enough to match the rest of the head.

Dunno if anyone else will have a similar issue with a shiny patch but just thought I’d share for my first post.


Pencil erasers sometimes work really well.

You can also try the white pen erasers they sell. Just go slow and small areas at a time .

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Postby YeetGrimes » Thu Jun 06, 2019 7:20 pm

My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.
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Postby FunkoFresh253 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 11:44 pm

YeetGrimes wrote:My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.



or try the museum putty trick.i had to use that for shuri, with her bobble head and pose she was soo off balance
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Postby YeetGrimes » Thu Jun 13, 2019 1:27 am

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YeetGrimes wrote:My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.



or try the museum putty trick.i had to use that for shuri, with her bobble head and pose she was soo off balance

Thank you, will do!
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Postby jjb11590 » Tue Jun 18, 2019 6:50 pm

Hgmaddhatter wrote:Not sure if anyone has mentioned this but Nail Polish remover is great for taking off paint mistakes. Just make sure that the mistake is actually not a scratch because the Polish Remover will take it down to the base color.


Great tip, thanks!

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Postby ripresa » Tue Jun 18, 2019 11:11 pm

Ack, internal pop images! I hadn't even thought of tinkering with the insides!

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Postby NoOtherOptions » Thu Jun 27, 2019 4:58 pm

I’ve had some success with goo gone 2 for some residue on plastics. It’s a little safer than regular goo gone.

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Postby parrity » Thu Jun 27, 2019 5:08 pm

NoOtherOptions wrote:I’ve had some success with goo gone 2 for some residue on plastics. It’s a little safer than regular goo gone.


Same here. It also worked well to get some sticker residue off after a box swap.

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Postby NoOtherOptions » Thu Jun 27, 2019 6:55 pm

parrity wrote:
NoOtherOptions wrote:I’ve had some success with goo gone 2 for some residue on plastics. It’s a little safer than regular goo gone.


Same here. It also worked well to get some sticker residue off after a box swap.


Did you have to swap stickers too like sdcc or anything?

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Postby parrity » Thu Jun 27, 2019 7:55 pm

NoOtherOptions wrote:
parrity wrote:
NoOtherOptions wrote:I’ve had some success with goo gone 2 for some residue on plastics. It’s a little safer than regular goo gone.


Same here. It also worked well to get some sticker residue off after a box swap.


Did you have to swap stickers too like sdcc or anything?


I've never tried with the bigger stickers like cons, I just did it for a few chase stickers when the boxes were messed up in shipping. Though I guess all sticker residue would be the same. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Re: Basic DIY Funko "repair"

Postby NoOtherOptions » Thu Jun 27, 2019 10:01 pm

parrity wrote:
NoOtherOptions wrote:
parrity wrote:
Same here. It also worked well to get some sticker residue off after a box swap.


Did you have to swap stickers too like sdcc or anything?


I've never tried with the bigger stickers like cons, I just did it for a few chase stickers when the boxes were messed up in shipping. Though I guess all sticker residue would be the same. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


:bounce: I did that with a porg chase. Box was destroyed. I think Cherie tried to eat him

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Re: Basic DIY Funko "repair"

Postby Hawkeye_13 » Sat Jun 29, 2019 11:01 pm

Any tips on a partially drooping exclusive sticker?

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Postby nightbodega » Sun Jun 30, 2019 4:07 pm

YeetGrimes wrote:My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.


Pour some of the coffee out. He might be too heavy cuz of that.

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Postby nightbodega » Sun Jun 30, 2019 4:10 pm

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That's a great question. Like to see what people come up with help on this.

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Postby YeetGrimes » Sun Jun 30, 2019 4:50 pm

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YeetGrimes wrote:My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.


Pour some of the coffee out. He might be too heavy cuz of that.

lol lol lol
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Postby nightbodega » Sun Jun 30, 2019 5:03 pm

YeetGrimes wrote:
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YeetGrimes wrote:My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.


Pour some of the coffee out. He might be too heavy cuz of that.

lol lol lol


Are you applying the correct heat to SMF? Maybe you are not and that's why it returns to its original state.

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Postby YeetGrimes » Sun Jun 30, 2019 5:04 pm

nightbodega wrote:
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Pour some of the coffee out. He might be too heavy cuz of that.

lol lol lol


Are you applying the correct heat to SMF? Maybe you are not and that's why it returns to its original state.

That's what I'm thinking.
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Postby nightbodega » Sun Jun 30, 2019 5:08 pm

YeetGrimes wrote:
nightbodega wrote:
YeetGrimes wrote:lol lol lol


Are you applying the correct heat to SMF? Maybe you are not and that's why it returns to its original state.

That's what I'm thinking.


I'm guessing you are not applying that much heat. I've used heat guns for other things and depends on what you want to change, it takes either more time getting heat or increase the heat.

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Postby YeetGrimes » Sun Jun 30, 2019 5:47 pm

nightbodega wrote:
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Are you applying the correct heat to SMF? Maybe you are not and that's why it returns to its original state.

That's what I'm thinking.


I'm guessing you are not applying that much heat. I've used heat guns for other things and depends on what you want to change, it takes either more time getting heat or increase the heat.

I think I need to increase the heat. The amount of heat I use is probably just hitting the surface.
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Postby nightbodega » Sun Jun 30, 2019 5:48 pm

YeetGrimes wrote:
nightbodega wrote:
YeetGrimes wrote:That's what I'm thinking.


I'm guessing you are not applying that much heat. I've used heat guns for other things and depends on what you want to change, it takes either more time getting heat or increase the heat.

I think I need to increase the heat. The amount of heat I use is probably just hitting the surface.


give it a try, or buy a cheap pop and test it with that one.

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Postby YeetGrimes » Sun Jun 30, 2019 6:23 pm

nightbodega wrote:
YeetGrimes wrote:
nightbodega wrote:
I'm guessing you are not applying that much heat. I've used heat guns for other things and depends on what you want to change, it takes either more time getting heat or increase the heat.

I think I need to increase the heat. The amount of heat I use is probably just hitting the surface.


give it a try, or buy a cheap pop and test it with that one.

Good idea. Thanks!
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Postby digithor » Sun Jun 30, 2019 6:41 pm

nightbodega wrote:
YeetGrimes wrote:My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.


Pour some of the coffee out. He might be too heavy cuz of that.


haha this would be a great time for a smily emoji with a coffe cup cheer or tipping over.
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Postby nightbodega » Sun Jun 30, 2019 7:15 pm

digithor wrote:
nightbodega wrote:
YeetGrimes wrote:My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.


Pour some of the coffee out. He might be too heavy cuz of that.


haha this would be a great time for a smily emoji with a coffe cup cheer or tipping over.


It would. Just need to find those emoji's.

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Postby ariana grande » Mon Jul 01, 2019 4:03 am

My Yami Yugi from Amazon came today with a dent on top of the box :(
It's not that much but it gets to me the more I look at it :idea:
Do y'all think I should return it and ask for a replacement or should I just keep it :idea:
I might just get him out of the box

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Postby ariana grande » Mon Jul 01, 2019 4:07 am

My Yami Yugi from Amazon came today with a dent on top of the box :(
It's not that much but it gets to me the more I look at it :idea:
Do y'all think I should return it and ask for a replacement or should I just keep it :idea:
I might just get him out of the box

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Postby supertoygiant » Mon Jul 01, 2019 5:21 pm

That would drive me crazy!!!! Maybe just buy another and keep the damaged one OOB.
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Postby nightbodega » Mon Jul 01, 2019 10:11 pm

ariana grande wrote:My Yami Yugi from Amazon came today with a dent on top of the box :(
It's not that much but it gets to me the more I look at it :idea:
Do y'all think I should return it and ask for a replacement or should I just keep it :idea:
I might just get him out of the box

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Keep it. I thought I saw someone take out the box and kind of flatten the box to get rid of the dents. They could have been minor dents though.

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Postby evalicious25 » Tue Jul 02, 2019 4:41 pm

YeetGrimes wrote:My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.


I'm gonna need the info on that trick Julie! I took SMF out for some photos last night and he doesn't want to stand. I'm sure I can find a fix for him but thought if you have a solution, maybe you can pass it along.
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Postby YeetGrimes » Tue Jul 02, 2019 6:48 pm

evalicious25 wrote:
YeetGrimes wrote:My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.


I'm gonna need the info on that trick Julie! I took SMF out for some photos last night and he doesn't want to stand. I'm sure I can find a fix for him but thought if you have a solution, maybe you can pass it along.

I gotcha!

Basically, you boil some water and put Freddy's feet in it until you can bend them. Mold them so that he can stand properly and then quickly put his feet in ice cold water so that they keep their shape.

It didn't work when I did it but I think its because I didn't heat his feet fully. Good luck!
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Postby nightbodega » Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:32 pm

evalicious25 wrote:
YeetGrimes wrote:My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.


I'm gonna need the info on that trick Julie! I took SMF out for some photos last night and he doesn't want to stand. I'm sure I can find a fix for him but thought if you have a solution, maybe you can pass it along.


I'm surprised she was awake to answer.

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Postby YeetGrimes » Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:40 pm

nightbodega wrote:
evalicious25 wrote:
YeetGrimes wrote:My Social Media Freddy still won't stand up right after using the hot and cold water trick. Strange. Maybe I need to leave it in the cold water longer.


I'm gonna need the info on that trick Julie! I took SMF out for some photos last night and he doesn't want to stand. I'm sure I can find a fix for him but thought if you have a solution, maybe you can pass it along.


I'm surprised she was awake to answer.

HAHAHAHAHAHA throwin' shade on the forums I see?! lol lol lol Jk!
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Postby nightbodega » Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:44 pm

YeetGrimes wrote:
nightbodega wrote:
evalicious25 wrote:
I'm gonna need the info on that trick Julie! I took SMF out for some photos last night and he doesn't want to stand. I'm sure I can find a fix for him but thought if you have a solution, maybe you can pass it along.


I'm surprised she was awake to answer.

HAHAHAHAHAHA throwin' shade on the forums I see?! lol lol lol Jk!


lol lol

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