Tips on Caring for Your ‘Diecast’ Collection

For those of you diecast collectors or diecast fans, certainly replicas of various objects are very valuable collections. Because who would have thought, the diecast could also be a lucrative investment, because the rarer the casting that is owned the higher the value. Diecast is usually in the form of replicas with a certain size ratio of objects in the real world, such as cars, motorcycles, trucks and others.

But what happens, if the diecast we have is damaged, dull or dirty; boro-borobisa can be resold, just looking at it would be lazy. Well, for those of you who want to maintain the quality of your diecast collection to stay fit, here are some tips for caring for your diecast collection:

Cleaning diecast, can not be carelessly. / Photo: Novri TNOLCleaning diecast, can not be carelessly. / Photo: Novri TNOL · You should keep the diecast in a dry place, free from dust or direct sunlight. Better yet if the diecast is still stored in the package.

· Keep diecast in a glass cabinet. Besides being protected from dust and sunlight, glass cabinets (especially those with clear colors) make it easy for us to see them at any time. No need to bother anymore to bring your diecast in and out.

Diecast collection, the rarer the higher the value. / The diecast collection, the rarer the higher the value. Put the diecast in an easily accessible place, so that it is easily monitored and cleaned. However, do not also be placed in a place that will make our diecast often move positions, because the possibility of missing or scattered will be greater.

· Cleaning diecast can not be careless. Wrong-wrong, can actually make collections destroyed. Use a clean, soft cloth, soft brush or tissue. For the liquid, use bath soap, shampoo or soap to wash the car / motorcycle. Avoid using detergent or washing soap, because it can damage the paint.

A well-maintained diecast collection can be a source of investment. A well-maintained diecast collection can be a source of investment. Be careful of the water that sticks to the diecast because it is feared it can trigger rust. This water can come from your hands (after washing your hands) or when you wash diecest but less than perfect when drying.

· If you routinely polish diecest with wax, pay attention to the remnants of wax attached to narrow gaps in the diecest. Usually the remnants of the wax are neglected and not cleaned, so that eventually it can make your favorite diecast dirty.

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