This is something I'm kind of questioning myself as far as selling goes. I would leave a company faceup alone if I can before selling, but if it's my own work I usually clean the doll thoroughly going as far as unstringing to make sure there's no remaining paint/blush/ what have you. Suffice to say I have a doll who is too tiny for my regular tools so I couldn't give her the deep clean I usually do before selling. So my question is if most of you try to clean up old paint jobs or just sell as is? Does it put you off buying a doll if you have to clean it up yourself, if you intend to do something else? Or if the paint job catches your eye does that make the doll more desirable?