How do you disinfect dice?
Alcohol runs the risk of dissolving paint on some dice. Germ-x or hand sanitizer of any kind.
Do metal dice scratch each other?
If you keep them in a bag where they can tumble against each other, over time they may develop scratches and scuffs.
Do you need a dice tray for metal dice?
If your dice are metal, for example, you may want to get a dice tray that has a cushioned rolling surface. Heavy metal dice can also damage tabletops, denting or scratching any rolling surface.
How do you clean old board games?
Clean board games with a sponge and a little soap and water. Lightly dampen the sponge and move it in a circular motion. Vacuum the holes on a Chinese checkerboard to remove harmful debris. Secure tops on board game boxes with yarn rather than rubber bands.
What resin should I use for dice?
What is the Best Resin to Use for Making Dice? It is best to use a casting resin for molds, as this type of resin has a low viscosity.
How long does it take to polish dice?
It can take us up to 4 to 5 hours for some sets, and that’s after I’ve had practice. Sanding : Start with 1000 grit sandpaper and move onto polishing papers. I recommend using Zona polishing papers (available on Amazon).
How do you test a metal dice?
You can test if they’re balanced or not by putting them in a glass of water and spinning them. If the same number always comes up on top they’re not balanced. If random numbers come up on top every time you roll them in the water they are balanced.
Are metal dice any good?
Metal dice are great, but if you’re going to get a set there are a few things you need to be careful about. Try not to store them in a dice bag with all your other dice. It’s not great for your metal dice (they can scratched) and they can also do nasty things to your plastic dice (they can get even MORE scratched).
Are metal D&D dice good?
Weight:Metal dice have a great heavy feeling to them that are very satisfying to roll. Look: Dice of metallic properties typically are more good looking and more shiny in a way that looks less cheesy. Sturdiness: Metal dice are made of metal, thus they are typically more durable than their plastic counterparts.