How to Clean Rare Porcelain Figurines



Regular cleaning of your rare porcelain figurines not improves their appearance, but can increase their value. It may seem like an intimidating task, but if you are careful and gentle, a periodic cleaning of your figurines will keep them beautiful for generations to come.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Mild soap
Gentle dusting tool
Washcloth
Paper towels
Porcelain-safe cleaning solution

Dust your rare porcelain figurine collection regularly by blowing or brushing dust off gently. Make sure that the dusting tool that you choose is gentle and lightweight, such as a feather duster, chamois or soft-bristled paint brush. Brushes


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