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I have placed it in the bottom of the feet for my Kaguya Nendoroid and it has helped keep her from tipping over whenever my shelf shakes a lot. Quake Hold is a putty you stick on to the bottom of the figure. I might use it in scales for future use. It also isn't as expensive to buy.
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Use Museum Putty. Put some on top of the seat, then place her on top.
I've had Ishtar for a year and she hasn't fallen off once yet, even after moving her serval times.
You can google it, but basically it's so stuff doesn't "walk" to the edge of the shelf and bonk you in the noggin in the middle of the night.
General stuff, like doors closing, vacuums---any vibrations really, would be the cause...
I use museum putty. It's not spectacular but it keeps things from moving around and isn't permanent.
Those things never seem to be even anyway. What I always do is get it close enough then use a little museum putty on the bottom two corners and that holds the frame in place. They sell it at Home Depot too. Helps prevent it moving from accidental nudges too.
It's actually this stuff called "Quake Hold", which is reusable/stickable putty to hold stuff down during earthquakes and such. It's easy to ball up and manipulate to any size and it wont leave residue on the caps. Does a great job holding knick-knacks on shelves too =)
+1 for board-mounted pots, or board-mounted-something-that-also-attaches-to-the-enclosure.
But for stripboard builds I've been using a few little balls of this putty stuff on the back of the board, it works both to insulate and keep the board in place.
I use Earthquake Putty also known as Museum Putty. You can find it on Amazon. It sticks to everything and can be molded easily to block out all the light.
There's stuff called Museum Putty that is designed for use on works of art. It comes off with absolutely no residue and holds like crazy. I've seen it at Lowes, but you can also order it from Amazon.
Any bump and expect some fan damage. Consider picking up some museum putty and he’ll never fall over. [link]
maybe try this
I use that for the ones that are tricky.
I guess it's actually called Museum Putty. It holds all of our stuff in place! Fantastic stuff:
It sounds like you need some of this: [link]
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Used in museums for non-damaging sticky tack. I use it on any TV that's on a table or something to keep it from keeling over.
I mean there's basically like sticky putty - https://www.amazon.com/Quakehold-88111-Museum-Putty-Neutral/dp/B0002VA9NA
But if the product itself is really 36lbs, you're better off just make sure the bookcase it'll be on is secured to the wall and/or putting it in one that also has a door that can be secured close.
Having lived in CA the majority of my life, I’m a fan of earthquake putty, though that could make it difficult if you like to move your plants around much...
I use this I'm assuming it's pretty much the same thing you're talking about?
Museum putty is your friend. [link]
Museum putty: [link]
No worries, it's a putty that helps hold things in place. This is the exact product
The low end is good. The Sierra-1 has been called the best loudspeaker under $1000. Granted that was in 2007, don't know if that still holds true, but they are excellent speakers.
Oh no! I swear by Museum Putty aka Quake Hold. A single package is still going strong years later and I use it for more than just my collection of 55 out-of-the-box Pops.
Museum putty and clear miniature bases from Amazon.
Quakehold! 88111 Museum Putty Neutral
Museum putty. That shit is magic.
My wife swears by Quake Hold putty.
This is my dream display cabinet.
Too bad the nearest store to me is 3 hours +...one way.
BTW, this stuff will be your best friend if you display out of box.