The flexibility and mobility of the sex doll is one of its best qualities. Thanks to the special construction, we can set each doll to their favorite position and enjoy it without hindrance, but from time to time the joints or fingers can get damaged. How to proceed if this happens?


You simply won’t fix everything

If the internal structure of the sex doll is damaged (joints, wire joints or metal panels), these are usually more complex repairs, which are really for skilled and dexterous hands. The most difficult task here is the repair of the metal panels and joints, where you should seek a professional. In any case, some “joints” are formed by wire tubes, thanks to which we can bend a given limb. We find them mainly in the area of the fingers and wrists, where we are able to repair them and restore the mobility of the sex doll’s limb.

It is also worth mentioning that the wrists and fingers are the most vulnerable parts of the doll’s metal skeleton. The fingers can break easily, the wire tubes can then break and the doll loses mobility, or part of the wire protrudes from the finger. This is an unpleasant situation that, if you are handy, you can repair. How to do it?

What you will need:

  • Pliers.
  • Scissors.
  • Operating knife.
  • Scissors with a curved blade.
  • Tweezers.
  • Pliers.
  • Wire tubes.
  • Glue or TPE solvent.
  • Drill
  • Resin glue
  • Vacuum cleaner



sex doll finger damage


We will explain the operation here in the case of the palm, but in some cases the procedure can also be applied to the area of ​​the wrist joint. It depends on where exactly the wire tube bundle is located. This is because, with the help of resin, it connects the individual wire tubes, which give the hands flexibility and which we want to replace when damaged.

  • For an effective operation (here is a link to the photo documentation), we need to prepare all the tools and place the sex doll in a stable position. First, we need to use a surgical knife to cut the silicone layer to create access for the drill to the area. We then can use the drill (or with the help of curved scissors) to drill the resin that holds the group of wire tubes in a casing. Then we separate or cut the individual wire tubes from each other. This is a very precise task and we must be careful not to damage the case or the silicone itself with the drill.
  • After dividing the tubes, we pull them out of the bundle from both the fingers and the case. We also thoroughly vacuum the entire case and clean it of any remaining resin crumbs. At this stage, the case should be completely empty and ready for the insertion of new wire tubes.
  • Once this is done, it is necessary to install all new wire tubes in the case ideally with the help of resin glue. Before gluing, however, we must make sure that the tubes are correctly placed in the individual fingers so that they are not too long or sticking out and that the finger does not pierce through the silicone. On the other hand, they may be too short and the finger would not hold. We must make sure that the wires / tubes are covered with a thin layer of carpet before being placed in the fingers, which we apply with a small amount of glue. As a result, the wires in the silicone finger will hold firmly.
  • After a complete successful replacement of the wire tubes, we must seal the crack in the palm or wrist, which is achieved with glue, TPE solvent or solder. The procedure here is the same as for skin repair. Simply coat the walls of the crack slightly with TPE glue, press together and wait about 30 seconds for the glue to work. If it is a larger crack, we recommend following our instructions on more severe skin damage, see.  ( here we link our another articles about repairs of scratches and other more serious skin damage)


What to watch out for?

When repairing limb mobility, we strongly recommend that you do not rush. Definitely don’t use a lot of TPE glue when gluing a damaged area, as the glue eats away the material. Anyway, consider asking an expert to repair your sex doll. It can often cost you less.


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