Did you know that if you want to sell your ponies they need to be taken to the Pony Salon? Oh yeah. It's a real place in your very own bathroom. In fact there are very specific ways to wash your ponies, as you can see here in this video tutorial:
Oh yeah. Last week I spent some time in the Pony Salon.
Want to know how to get pen off a pony (or any plastic toy or doll for that matter)? A little bit of zit cream and several hours under a lamp! That's how!
If you didn't watch that awesome video above, a trip to the Pony Salon involves taking a pony that says, "Hi, I've spent the past 20 years of my life in a box."
And then you wash her really good with some dish soap and a toothbrush. Then you have to squeeze the crap out of her so all the water comes out. When you're done you give her a deep conditionioning treatment. After about 5 minutes or so you comb out her hair and rinse the conditioner out. And then (and yes I actually did this) you take your hair straightener and straighten her hair. No it does not melt, but you need to use the lowest setting and only run it through once.
The final step, in order to give your pony that perfect pony curl in her hair, you wrap her mane around her neck and her tail around her leg. Then you secure it with 3 pieces of folded up toilet paper.
Then let her hang out with her pony friends while her hair dries overnight.
The next day let her loose and check out that beautiful pony curl.
Who wants to see some pony before and afters? LOL
Oh and since I don't want to put the ponies BACK into the box they're currently spread out around the bedroom and totally creep John out. Hopefully this'll be done soon. I've done some basic research and do have four or five ponies that are worth about $10-15. I may try selling those individually and then the rest as a lot. We'll see!