Armed with paint thinner, a cheap toothbrush, some toothpicks, and plenty of elbow grease, I set out to undo the Dullcote frosting. Three weeks later, this is the result. These are the exact same figures in all three pictures.
The good news is that the paint on these is not going ANYWHERE. Archaeologists in 2,000 years, sifting through the rubble of suburban Chicago, will find Glenn's collection of miniatures with their paint jobs still intact.