Fixing a deformed pony??? Shes Fixed!!!!

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  1. MarjoryWarrenne

    MarjoryWarrenne Teeny Tiny Baby Pony

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    I found this girl at good will today but i didnt know she was deformed till i got home, she was in a bag with other random girl toys and all i could see was her head :( is there a way to fix her?? It almost is like she got hot something heavy was set on her back leg and cooled that way x.x she wont even stand because the leg is so wacked. Help???

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    Shes fixed!!!!! Thank you ladyphoenix9!!! Here shes all cleaned and has had her hair washed shampooed and conditioned she needed it x.x and is ready to go on the shelves! ^_^
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  2. pandabean

    pandabean Bushwoolie

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    I would love to know the answer to this one b/c I have a pony who won't stand up on her own either! She's such a pretty pony too, but one of her legs is warped. :(
  3. ladyphoenix9

    ladyphoenix9 Red Mage Pony

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    You might want to try taking her head off and then filling the body with boiling water. Then you just leave it alone until the water cools off to room temperature before drying the pony out. Fingers crossed, the water will have reshaped the leg closer to how it should have been. I've done that on a couple G1s that weren't quite so squished. Not sure if the G3 plastic would cooperate for that since it's denser.
  4. MarjoryWarrenne

    MarjoryWarrenne Teeny Tiny Baby Pony

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    Im going to go try this now and ill let you know the results ^^ thanks!! *hugs*

  5. MarjoryWarrenne

    MarjoryWarrenne Teeny Tiny Baby Pony

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    You are awesome!!! IT WORKED!!! ^_^ now to clean her all up and make her shelf worthy ^_^ btw who is she LOL

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    thebeth Diva Pony

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  7. MarjoryWarrenne

    MarjoryWarrenne Teeny Tiny Baby Pony

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    :wow: thanks!!! OMG yey!!! ^_^ shes now sitting on the purple pony shelf *adds that to her list of haves*

  8. ladyphoenix9

    ladyphoenix9 Red Mage Pony

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    :yippie: So glad that worked for you!
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    01mlplover Horse Lover

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    Im glad that this was brought up b/c i have quite a few ponies that need some help standing and this method sounds the easyest so far!
  10. Peppermint Truly

    Peppermint Truly Rockabilly husky tamer Staff Member Moderator

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    I'm also glad that this was brought up and I will try ladyphoenix's advice!

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