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I have a pair of dutch boy/girl composition dolls, one girl doll with braided hair, and now a 25" baby doll. I'm guessing they are all around the 1920's to '30's in age. I need to repair the cracks and open areas in the composition. Is anyone here knowledgeable in that area?
I want to learn what to use and how to go about it myself, as I'm a restorer of vintage and antiques...furniture, linens, etc., but haven't tried the composition repair yet.
Any help would be appreciated.

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What you normally have to do is to take the paint completely off and start all over again. What is actually coming up is the thick layers of paint. Take it all off, fill in any holes, seal and repaint.


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