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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by CobraLALALALA View Post
    It works very well on vehicles, but on figures it does not work so well. The Stormshadow situation for example. It will discolor his emblem, and the "flesh" on his upper arms.
    I will go pick up an old Storm Shadow and give it a try... Will post results..

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  3. #12
    That would be the best litmus test around the Joe world. Good luck in your ventures, and if you have found a more effective method of doing this, more power to you. You should also test the effects it has on different types of stickers and decals.

  4. #13
    Tolan
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    Quote Originally Posted by myst32yt View Post
    Right... we are trying to get the price below what 37% H2O2 costs... Plus ours works in about 30 min without the need of UV. As an added benefit ours will not burn you if you get it on your skin. BTW were are you getting 50% H2O2? I would be skeptical of anything over 37%, the legal limit that can be sold to the public in a pure form. Someone selling higher is probably mislabeling 37%.
    It is 50% and its not a via public sourcing. Getting concentrations higher than 50% wouldnt work as it begins to adversly effect the plastic.

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  6. #14
    Tolan
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    @ myst32yt ..

    With your pictured examples, were the items complete covered in the product?


    Will your product work on or colors like blue and red ?

    Does it adversely affect decals or painted on details? (like the red on the Jetfire parts)
    Last edited by Tolan; 08-18-2011 at 04:30 PM.

  7. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by CobraLALALALA View Post
    That would be the best litmus test around the Joe world. Good luck in your ventures, and if you have found a more effective method of doing this, more power to you. You should also test the effects it has on different types of stickers and decals.

    OK.. I ran by Dallas Vintage Toys (I live in Dallas) and picked up 2 Stormshadows for 2$ each. Here is the first... for 15 min in solution.



    Second is in solution now. It is almost completely yellow but has a near perfect cobra insignia. Will post it in a bit...

  8. #16
    yeah, I would buy some of this stuff. great work! Next you need to make a solution that will turn yellow bubbles clear once again
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  9. #17
    WOW, but it looks lik ti took off some of the red and black and thats no good. I would buy it for FLAGG and maybe Defiant. They are the two big items that seem to need the most help. Maybe WOLF too. Its would all b in the cost of it. $$$. Looks great!
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  10. #18
    Ok here is the second one.... 45 min




  11. #19
    So far so good! But I would also like to see how it performs on yellowed colors.

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