Dust your Lladro figurine carefully.
Fold a soft towel in half and place it in the bottom of the sink or basin where you will be washing your Lladro porcelain figurine. This lessens the risk of you dropping or banging the figurine against the hard surface, thus damaging it.
Run warm water into the sink or basin.
Add a squirt of mild dish-washing liquid to the water. Swish it around to create suds.
Place your Lladro figurine into the water carefully. Do not allow the item to soak, as this can loosen past repairs.
Wash the Lladro porcelain with a soft cleaning cloth. If the piece needs a detailed cleaning, use a soft-bristle brush or toothbrush to clean it gently.
Rinse the Lladro porcelain with clear, warm water.
Stand the Lladro porcelain up on a layer of paper towels or another soft towel and allow it to air-dry.
Store it in a safe location once it is dry.
Things You Will Need
- Soft towels
- Mild dish-washing liquid
- Soft cleaning cloth
- Soft-bristle brush or toothbrush
- Paper towels
- Storing the Lladro porcelain in a glass curio cabinet allows it to be admired and helps prevent dust from settling on the figurine.
- If you damage your Lladro, take it to an experienced ceramics restorer instead of trying to repair it yourself.