You didn’t offend me now or ever that I can think of so I am not sure why you said that. I am sorry if my disagreements upset you but I just think that it is unrealistic reasoning to say that a dealer should have to stand behind a product that shows damages/defects after being heated. Never ever were vinyl doll kits made with the understanding that they were guaranteed to withstand being heated up to 265 degrees.
Genesis paints were not developed for vinyl doll kits. They were actually developed for painting on canvas as an oil painting method that could be quickly cured. They never quite took off well in that arena though as they wanted them to. At one point many of the arts stores were pulling the Genesis paints off the shelves and selling them for like 25 cents a jar. Hobby Lobby completely discontinued them this way. Somewhere along the way someone got the idea to try them on vinyl dolls and found with great care it could work well. This in essence is what boosted the sale of Genesis paints and brought them success. It is a misnomer that they were developed to be used on vinyl dolls. In reality, everything about reborning that led to the art it is today started out as experimentation with products that were not meant for painting on vinyl dolls.