Toy Polloi has been running for two and a half years and is proving popular with fellow toy collectors and restorers across the world.
Each week I upload videos showing tips and tricks on how to restore your vintage toys and reviews of toys you may have long forgotten.
I'd had the empty shell of a Star Wars Millennium Falcon in my 'to fix' pile for quite a while and thought it was time I did another charity auction. So over a few months and a few videos I went about taking the empty shell and restoring it to a fully working falcon.
After the success of my first charity auction I decided I would do another. A while back the guys over at GeekForce had sent me the remains of a vintage Kenner Slave One that they had no use for. As usual it was missing a few bits and needed a good clean and some fixing.
That's a good question! Toy Polloi started in January 2014 after I had a chat with friend and fellow Youtuber James from Xrobots.co.uk. He persuaded me that what I did as a hobby would be of interest to other people and that I should start to show off my vintage toy collection and how I fix them.
On a recent trip to a flea market I picked up the remains of a vintage Star Wars Kenner X-wing. It was missing all parts and was very dirty with tatty stickers. But it looked like it could be fixed, and that's what I like.