Cleaning Pony with nailpolish?

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When I get a pony with some spots which didn't disapear by using the magic sponge I use aceton free nailpolish and it does wonders. But I have one pony (round n round) whose surface now doesn't look as nice any more. I mean just a bit. But by other ponys with shimmer surface I cant see any demage.
Can this sort of cleaning do some long time harm?
 

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Yes :blush: language problem :unsure:
Oh goodness don’t apologize, I was just confused if I missed something or not.

Can you take a photo of the product your using and of the pony? We may be able to better identify the marks your trying to clean up. And see the damage your talking about.

I’m personally not aware of damage on ponies from acetone free nail polish remover (I usually use nail polish remover with acetone or 100% acetone to remove stubborn stains). But it could be various different reasons for discolouration over time, such as any perfumes or dyes that may be in the nail polish remover you’ve used. Or just general breakdown of the vinyl on the pony its self.
 

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It is hard to see, just when you move in the light you can see a change on the surface reflection.Screenshot_20191122-104837.jpgScreenshot_20191122-104908.jpgScreenshot_20191122-105154.jpg20191122_105239.jpg
 

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Are you sure it wasn't like that before you used the product and you just didn't notice? It could've maybe been a manufacturing defect. I've used nail polish remover and if you used enough of it and really scrub you can cause some damage but I've never really had an issue with it. Could it have been a scuff to the plastic? I've taken the blade of scissors and sort of gently "shaved" at the plastic on certain stubborn stains and had sort of a similar effect if scraped too hard. Either way, I don't think there is much you can do for it now but I don't think it will get any worse on it's own.
 

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Hmm... There were stains I removed, so maby the object (pencyl other what ever) did the harm to the surface under the color. I never thaught of that.

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