Good use of auxiliary items can help you to speed up the processes
of exchanging the eyes of the dolls and make these tasks easier
Soft, non-hardening doll eyes clay (non-oily)
Fixing, Adhesive, Anti-shock, Cleaning, Repeated usage, Non-toxic
amount of clay needed is dependent on the size of the eyeballs for
the dolls and there is no need to rub the clay in advance. The
following examples are suggested usage for doll owners with
“semi-sphere eyeballs”, you can rub the clay into a flat circular
shape and paste it at the rear of the eyeballs. Then lodge the
eyeballs into the sockets of the doll’s eyes and adjust them to the
angle you want. Use your fingers to apply light pressure on the clay
around the eyeballs so the eyeballs may be firmly fixed within the
sockets (the doll’s eyes will not be loosened even after an extended
period of lying down).
“eyeballs with adjustment rod”, you can rub the clay into strips and
paste it around the outer rims of the eyeballs in a circular shape
before lodging them into the sockets of the doll (offers the maximum
convenience for you to adjust the angle of the doll’s eyes).
course, you may place a tiny amount of the clay onto the doll’s
hands so it will be able to carry things
the temperature is high enough, the clay will turn into a
semi-melted state. Simply rub the semi-melted clay into a lump with
your hands and use it to remove the residue.