Restoring shine

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  • #1657763
    Lisa
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    So a while back I stupidly wanted to clean my mother dragon and just took a scrub brush and some soapy water and went to town. I notice now, compared to a newer piece I have, that the mother is looking very lackluster. Is there a way to restore her shine? Clear coat paint? Thanks for any help!

    Grail: Female Griffin (Brown, or wolf) I don't mind slightly chipped pieces)

    #1657789
    dragonmedley
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    Actually, some of the older pieces have a less shiny paint. It depends on the colour.

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    #1657829
    Melody
    Keymaster

    Some of the older pieces were finished with a satin clear coat. Yours might be one of those.

    #1657837
    Lisa
    Participant

    Ok, thanks for the info. I will leave her be, in all her original glory. 🙂

    Grail: Female Griffin (Brown, or wolf) I don't mind slightly chipped pieces)

    #1657848
    merrillannwhite
    Participant

    Some of the more natural colored newer test paints are either satin or matte also. I know I liked the less shiny finish on the old hoofers particularly. It makes their coats look more like horsehair. Scales can be shiny though.

    #1657857
    Susie
    Keymaster

    Just for general information: Its not recommended to scrub them.

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