1.When assembling and splitting your mannequin, remember that its most vulnerable parts are the fingers and hands, feet, joints ,face and neck. Avoid banging your mannequins into anything hard, or allowing them to fall. We suggest you put the parts on soft cloth or bubble wrap.
2.When handling your mannequin, wear gloves to avoid surface scratches from rings and skin oils. If you choose not to wear gloves, always make sure your hands are clean. This will help protect the mannequin from surface dirt.
3.Place mannequins in areas that will protect them from being bumped. Position elbows, etc in special directions that will not impede customers' passing.
4.Keep your mannequins away from direct sunlight, too much sunshine makes the color changing.
5.If they appear to be pencil marks, a regular eraser should remove them, but remember to use it softly, as too much clean will make there looks brightly than around.
6.To remove smudges from the mannequin's surface, use a soft brush and a mixture of toothpaste and water. If after a long time use, white mannequins will look like a little beige, now you could use wet cloth with cleanser essence.
7.Avoid getting oily substances on the paint.