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Repairing lenticular pins?

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  • Repairing lenticular pins?

    All right, I'm gonna just come right out and admit this: I'm an idiot, and I like to wear my favorite pins around. This has proven to be hazardous to my lenticulars because they get small scratches and dings on their screens.

    Does anyone know how to repair the screens on lenticular pins like these, or if it's even possible?

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    Re: Repairing lenticular pins?

    I don't know, but I would love to hear the answer. You might want to try posting over on Dizpins. They have lots of tips and pin gurus.

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      Re: Repairing lenticular pins?

      In my 8 years in pin trading, I have never heard of a way to try and fix or repair lenticulars. I know exactly what you are taking about. Best advise I have is just to get a second one and keep it nice and neat and still continue to wear and enjoy the one you currently have.

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        Re: Repairing lenticular pins?

        Unfortunately I have not heard of any way to fix a lenticular. They are normally fragile to begin with. Which pin was it? I hope it wasn't a Mansion lenticular....hope you can find a way to do it!




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