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    Court Magician peterh01's Avatar
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    Need some help!

    Hey guys!

    I'm new customising MOTUC figures.

    So, I need some custom tips for the MOTUC toy line.

    Ok, I need to remove a loincloth without slit it.

    How I can remove it without slit it or damage the figure's torso?!

    Any help would be greatly appreciate!

    Thanks,
    -Peter
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    i heat mine under a desk lamp for a bit till is very soft and take off the legs and just pull the sucker off.... i do it quite often and have yet to ruin a loin...cloth that it...
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    A hair dryer can be used?

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    Yes you can use a hair dryer. Just be careful not to use the highest setting. Make sure to keep your hair dryer at least 4 inches away from the area you are heating, and use a circular motion in that spot for at least 45 seconds. You will be good to go!
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    So, the MOTUC figures do not come apart at the waist?

    So, I have to heat the figure with a hair dryer, pull off his legs at the thighs, then heat the loin cloth and pull it off. Then heat the new loincloth and slide it on the figure?

    LMK.

    -Peter

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    I have seen loin cloths tear, so be careful when pulling it off. Also, a lot of people boil water and place the figure in it for 10 to 15 seconds, it makes the parts really soft.

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    Hey guys!

    Thanks for the tips! All of them worked like a charm!

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