Wodan's excellent post about using peroxide and heat really highlighted to me that different agents can produce drastically different results.
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So if the goal is to get the item as white as possible, that might make you lean towards using one approach over another. But what really produces the best results in terms of giving you an end product that looks as close to the original as possible?
As a reference point, I have been using 3% peroxide and a UV lamp. This probably seems bush league but to be honest, I think it produces decent results (unless the item is super yellow, in which case I'd probably go with something more like 6%). I'm not sure I'd want to go any lighter in most cases.
What are people's thoughts on the topic? Has the same thought occurred to you? Is this a non-issue? Do true enthusiasts learn to love the yellow? Should I be spending my time thinking about more worthwhile things? Have I lost my mind?