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    Strife212 Original Blue
    Suddenly scared for my DDs ;w;

    DD bases weigh a ton.

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    Il y a 5 ans
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    Ruttsu as Ruttsu
    Maronn (Il y a 5 ans) #1879082Thank you very much for the links! ;_; Though I doubt that I can remove the scratches by sanding them since my Drrr bases got most of the damage and they are all made of translucent material: picture/369922&...
    But thank you anyway!
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    It doesn't matter if the material is translucent, sanding and polishing is one of the techniques we (modelers) and other people use to fix clear plastic parts www.scalemodelg..., but you're right it wont work with your Drrr bases because it would also remove the graphics.
    Il y a 5 ans
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    One of my main reasons why I opted for shelves on the wall instead of these was because I thought it might not be safe. It's a glass (=fragile) object you put directly on the floor and can accidentally hit, kick or walk too close to it and now we can see what happens then. Not to mention my previous experiences with IKEA stuff were...how do I say...is it normal when wooden chairs became unusable after about 6 weeks of use because the wood used was so soft that the screws cut the chair up instead of holding it together or a part that seemed to be one suddenly splits to reveal two pieces of wood under the paint? So yeah...IKEA is probably the last place I would go to if I wanted something made of glass, but the problem is not the quality, it's just not a good idea to put figures on glass like this. If only the sides are covered by glass it's ok, if it breaks, most of the shards won't reach the figures. Gravity makes sure they fall down. However, having the fragile surface under the figures is definitely not safe.
    I wonder if there are similar display cases that are made of transparent plastic?
    Il y a 5 ans
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    Seeing stuff like this does scare me quite a bit. I did actually nick the side of my Klingsbo unit with a screwdriver while installing a floating shelf next to it and a scratch was left behind as a result. I wouldn't say these are rare occurences, more uncommon. I've seen quite a few detolfs go awry so I went with a Klingsbo since the shelves have more weight tolerance.
    Il y a 5 ans
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    You're welcome. ^^ I felt my heart beat are stop when I read it and jawdrop at that.. ouch. O.O;
    maybe this glass is not enough strong? o.o?
    no, I don't own detolf. xD
    call hospital for figures to fix them. xD
    Il y a 5 ans
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    Once again, the answers are in the spoiler tag.^^" Voir le spoilerCacher le spoilerRuttsu (Il y a 5 ans) #1877661....
    Thank you very much for the links! ;_; Though I doubt that I can remove the scratches by sanding them since my Drrr bases got most of the damage and they are all made of translucent material: picture/369922&...
    But thank you anyway!

    Blacksm1th (Il y a 5 ans) #1878406...That is a pretty interesting information, thanks for sharing this!
    Since my figures are not that badly damaged I would rather try fixing them, than buying new ones.^^" But I definitely have to live with the damaged bases since there probably is not really a solution to fix them.

    theglitchy (Il y a 5 ans) #1878485... Thanks for sharing your knowledge! Also thank you very much for your suggestion! Painting the figures should not be a big problem and the scratches really bother me enough to try fixing it.^^" Though I can't really sand the bases since they are half translucent and painted and I really am scared that it would ruin them completely.^^"

    angelbott (Il y a 5 ans) #1878875... Thank you very much! ;_; Yes I was quite shocked too! But it really looks worse than it really was.^^"


    excelence (Il y a 5 ans) #1878947Holy Crap, if this ever happen to my collection, i'd probably spent the rest of my life locked in my room orz.
    I hope your success in fixing / repainting your collection.

    Thank you very much! ^^" That's understandable, I also want to stay in my room forever to keep an eye on all my figures in the other cabinets, but unfortunately my real live forbid it.^^"

    jena (Il y a 5 ans) #1879037Oh my goodness, this is awful. I'm sorry this happened to you! Thank you for sharing you horrible experience though, I'm so worried this will happen to me now! Thank you very much! ;_; And you're welcome.^^" I'm sorry that I scared all of you with such a scary story. >_< But I highly doubt that something like this will happen to you, I just had bad luck.^^"

    Jennyfur (Il y a 5 ans) #1879051I'm so sorry ;-; That's really bad.. I hope you can repair the figures as much as possible T_T. Now I'm kind of scared to use glass displays >.<Thank you very much! ;_; I hope so too! >_< Ahh...don't be! I own two other cabinets since a long time and none of them ever exploded or imploded...or shattered at all.^^" Though I really understand your fear...I am pretty reluctant on using the other intact shelves of my DETOLF again, since I really don't want to make that experience again!^^"
    Il y a 5 ans
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    Jennyfur ʕ•ᴥ~ʔ
    I'm so sorry ;-; That's really bad.. I hope you can repair the figures as much as possible T_T. Now I'm kind of scared to use glass displays >.<
    Il y a 5 ans
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    jena ☆ mahou shoujo ☆
    Oh my goodness, this is awful. I'm sorry this happened to you! Thank you for sharing you horrible experience though, I'm so worried this will happen to me now!
    Il y a 5 ans
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    Holy Crap, if this ever happen to my collection, i'd probably spent the rest of my life locked in my room orz.

    I hope your success in fixing / repainting your collection.
    Il y a 5 ans
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    oooh ouch poor your baby figures.. D:
    it look kind of horror for broken glass weather.. o.o;
    Il y a 5 ans
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