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Cleaning and Maintenance of Feathers on Angel Dolls

How do I clean the feathers on my angel dolls? The feathers are falling out.
Also, any ideas on the maintenance and storage of them after they are cleaned up?

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March 7, 20170 found this helpful
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Put the doll in a plastic bag. Pour salt in the bag. Close the bag and shake it. The salt will clean the feathers. Take the doll out of the bag and shake it gently.

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March 11, 20170 found this helpful
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You do not say what type of doll/angels or size but I assume they are not very large?
Salt will clean feathers but if you put the doll into a bag with salt and shake be sure it will not do more harm to your angels such as making more feathers fall out.
I have brushed and cleaned the feathers on my ceramic figurines with salt and a medium soft brush but you should be gentle so as not to do harm to the feathers or the figurines.

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I have also had to repair dropping feathers but I did this with just regular glue and tweezers and they have lasted a good while.

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March 8, 20170 found this helpful

You can gently clean them with a toothbrush and dry salt.

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