maxrunner wrote:So i dismantled part of the keyboard, and the front beige frame is very yellow and i was wondering how can i removed the yellowness or even paint it without damaging the led panel frame and the big horizontal mitac logo....
maxrunner wrote:Yes, i've been reading about retrobrite but i dont know how to do the supposed gel yet...
mintberryminuscrunch wrote:maxrunner wrote:Yes, i've been reading about retrobrite but i dont know how to do the supposed gel yet...
You don't have to make the gel. It's only for easier applicability to larger items. So if you have a container that fits the board you can use a solution of water and the peroxide
002 wrote:...and UV light
002 wrote:The Oxy cleaner contains TAED
And yes sunlight is fine - try not to do it in the middle of a heatwave though.
If it's too hot I think it damages the plastic. I have used a UV light and sunlight and in my case I found the sunlight more effective (i.e. faster).
Also exercise caution when using hair products as your peroxide source as some of them have additives that apparently will also damage the plastic.
002 wrote:It's a stain remover or bleacher for clothes. A popular brand where I am is Vanish NapiSan Oxi Action, but if you go to your supermarket and look in the detergents section just find anything with 'Oxy' or 'Oxi' on it and you should be fine.
002 wrote:Should be fine - you only need a very small amount so the additives should have no real effect on the plastic.