If you have ever tried to move the arms or legs of an action figure and found them to be tight or even stuck, don’t worry – it’s a common problem. Over time, the plastic joints on action figures can become tighter, making it difficult or even impossible to pose them.
Luckily, there are a few easy ways to loosen those joints and get your action figure back to its original condition. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to do just that. Keep reading to learn more!
One way to loosen tight joints on action figures is to use boiling water. Boil a pot of water and then carefully place the action figure in the water. Let it soak for a few minutes before removing it and trying to move the joints. The heat from the water will help to soften the plastic and make the joints easier to move.
Another way to loosen tight joints is by using a hairdryer. Turn the hairdryer on low and hold it close to the joint that is giving you trouble. Move the hairdryer back and forth until you see the joint start to loosen. Once it is loose enough, stop using the hairdryer and try moving the joint yourself.
If those methods don’t work, you can also try using WD-40 or another type of lubricant. Spray a small amount of lubricant onto the joint and then work it back and forth until it starts to move more freely. Be sure not to use too much lubricant, as this can cause damage to your action figure over time.
If your action figure’s joints are feeling tight, there are a few easy ways that you can loosen them up again. Try boiling the figure in hot water, using a hairdryer on low heat, or spraying WD-40 or another type of lubricant onto the joint. With any of these methods, you should see results in no time!