Disposal of your real doll!
Must you really dispose of your sex doll?
|Damage to the sex doll||Repair possible?||Repair method|
|Damage/loss of small decorative parts (eyelashes, hair, clothing accessories)||almost always||requires a replacement part|
|Discoloration and stains on skin, hair, clothing||usually yes||cleaning, if necessary with special agents|
|Torn clothes||yes, but can change design||Sewing, having them sewn, buy new|
|Skin abrasions||yes, but can take patience||Cleaning, sanding, strengthening the skin by applying liquid plastic adhesive|
|Cracks in the skin and lacerations||yes (not always without a trace)||Gluing with special glue, welding|
|Defects in function-critical orifices, removable||usually yes||cleaning, gluing, buy new if necessary|
|Defects in function-critical orifices firmly connected to the body||sometimes difficult||see above, no re-purchase option|
|Skeletal breakage inside the Love Doll||is difficult||but steel skeletons usually come with a 2-year guarantee|
Repairing a Real Doll by yourself
It’s difficult to repair major skin damage or cracks in the sex doll, severe damage to fixed vaginal components and serious breakages or deformations to the steel skeleton yourself (well). In sex doll forums such as lovedoll-community.de, you’ll find detailed descriptions of each of the repairs mentioned here, as well as other difficult repairs - but you should be careful when trying to repair more major damage yourself. There’s always the risk that improper handling will increase the damage or cause scars. With proper treatment (e.g. welding the elastic plastic, straightening and assembling the skeleton) in a sex doll workshop, this damage can often be repaired without a trace.
If sending it to the workshop no longer seems worthwhile or too time-consuming (or you have already flirted with buying a new Love Doll soon), that doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to dispose of it. There are other "disposal" options that preserve the Real Doll and make others happy: