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where you place your figurine?

Hi guys
second blog here...

well for short stories, right now i have a lot figurine (kind of 40) and there are from many series (ex: i have set of love live birthday figurine, etc)

just a simple question for you guys
where you place your figurine
because i'm considering a lot of things
like example if i just put on the table, it will hit by the sun and melted (hopefully not) or if you put inside the box it will sticky and sort of things

the purpose of this is i want to find how to place my figurine efficiently and did not damage the figurine or produce some smell

the other question is, is are you guys think if it is efficient put 1 series of figurine inside 1 big (damn) display box ? (comment below)
i know it is better if just put inside shelf, but my room has no place to put shelf anymore

thanks :)
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where you place your figurine

  • 8%inside the box
  • 3%top of table
  • 8%inside display box
  • 29%shelf (open air)
  • 27%in detolfs
  • 18%display shelf, bookshelves, desk, wall shelves
  • 6%Everywhere
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Stalgonoff (1年前) #16505375You would have to experiment to find out, but probably don't need to do it more than every week or two, possibly more. If you notice a smell air them out a bit longer and air them more frequently.

noted, thanks :)
1年前
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Kazusa (1年前) #16503765The routine you mean like every day?
You would have to experiment to find out, but probably don't need to do it more than every week or two, possibly more. If you notice a smell air them out a bit longer and air them more frequently.
1年前
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Stalgonoff (1年前) #16503111Yeah plasticizer evaporates naturally over time so when it's in a display box, or original box, it has no where to go so it leaves an odour and stickiness. You can just air them out routinely and it should take care of the smell problem. I've also heard sticking figures in the freezer for 20-30 minutes every once in a while helps keep plasticizer from evaporating, but I don't know the details on that.

The routine you mean like every day?
1年前
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Kazusa (1年前) #16501238i know dust won't damage my figurine
but when i put inside the display box, it come out with strange smell
i ask someone its because its a locked air and make the "plactizier cannot breath
something like that


Yeah plasticizer evaporates naturally over time so when it's in a display box, or original box, it has no where to go so it leaves an odour and stickiness. You can just air them out routinely and it should take care of the smell problem. I've also heard sticking figures in the freezer for 20-30 minutes every once in a while helps keep plasticizer from evaporating, but I don't know the details on that.
1年前
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Stalgonoff (1年前) #16496862Dust won't damage your figures if you don't clean them weekly. I've had my figures displayed in open air all year and there's been no damage. I didn't even clean them that regularly when I first started and now I dust them weekly, although sometimes it slides into biweekly dusting. Mind you I keep them away from UV lights etc. but same goes for people who have theirs displayed in detolfs.

i know dust won't damage my figurine
but when i put inside the display box, it come out with strange smell
i ask someone its because its a locked air and make the "plactizier cannot breath
something like that
1年前
0pt
I have open shelves in my bedroom for most of my collection, with figures grouped by source material. I'd like to get some glass cabinets eventually, but until then, I don't mind dusting them every once in a while. I have a few other figures scattered in my apartment (none around the area where I cook, though) and usually one or two on my desk. I switch around which one I have on my desk every once in a while. None of my figures are around windows or other light sources other than typical light bulbs.
1年前
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Kazusa (1年前) #16496324actually i want to put in detolf just sadly my room has no space at all (the room has it own set and cannot add any cabinet)
i don't want to put them in open air as i need to clean them almost every week
so the only option i have is just put inside in display box


Dust won't damage your figures if you don't clean them weekly. I've had my figures displayed in open air all year and there's been no damage. I didn't even clean them that regularly when I first started and now I dust them weekly, although sometimes it slides into biweekly dusting. Mind you I keep them away from UV lights etc. but same goes for people who have theirs displayed in detolfs.
1年前
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Cabinet with glass doors~ Dust free. :D
1年前
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Jenthehen Otaku at Law
I have most in 3 detolfs, but I have some small ones in container store type display boxes, some are on top of the detolfs, and some just on top of a shelf.
1年前
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I display them all on shelves, but I'd like to get a detolf or a cabinet with a glass front that I could rig up with lights. Since it gets wicked humid in the summer where I live, I'd probably have to hide some silica packets in there...
1年前
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