30480Re: [midatlanticretro] I got the peroxide...May event
- May 6, 2013the general consensus is that you use this stuff like carwax, just before a
show. Does not permanently fix problems with yellowing, but will
temporarily improve greatly. Within a year you loose most of the benefits,
so it's best to use only when you want to display/exhibit.
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> From: "Mr Ian Primus" <ian_primus@...>Evan can have a nice big glass :)
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> Subject: Re: [midatlanticretro] I got the peroxide...May event
> --- On Mon, 5/6/13, Evan Koblentz <evan@...> wrote:
> > Also, how does it taste? :)
> Oh, it tastes great - you'll love it. Corey, be sure to mix up extra so
>From what I heard though, using too strong a peroxide can make things fade
> I've never tried this trick myself, but I know some friends that have.
too much, and unevenly, and that you can just use normal drug store
>know I do. If I remember, I'll try to bring some things to test on. I've
> I'm sure MARCH has plenty of horribly yellowed things to try it on. I
always wondered what it would do to one of those horribly yellowed Super
>wondered if the effect really is permanent.
> Has anyone had any experience with the stuff re-yellowing? I have often
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