Dydee Baby

Dydee baby Dydee baby Dydee baby for the 1950’s was made with rubber and hard plastic.  Often the rubber has dried and collapsed. The rubber dries out over the years so once the body has those kinds of issues, the only thing that can be done is to replace the body.  The Dydee baby was very popular and owners wish to keep the wonderful baby expression so they opt for a vintage body.  The best Dydee baby dolls that lasted are the bald ones that were taken into the bath and rehydrated with the water.   Sometimes re-hydrating the body works or replacing parts is necessary.  This baby had mold on the face and required a repaint as well.

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