Help needed with repairing Tomahawk blades

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    Help needed with repairing Tomahawk blades

    I currently have a second Tomahawk that I'm hoping to restore to some degree before offloading it. The big problem is with the blades - most of them are bent and there are stress marks on the connectors. What's the best way to restore them without causing the colour to fade or warping the plastic?

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    Heat. Plastic becomes flexible with heat, and then will reharden as it cools it’s summer time, leave them in your car for a few hours and they will become pliable- then lay them flat as they cool and they’ll be nice and straight.
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    I agree with mild heat. You could also try soaking them in hot water for 30 sec. at a time and let them cool while laying them flat.
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