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  1. #1211
    Quote Originally Posted by Colin View Post
    I use the peroxide in the link below. To start I put all the pieces in a large ziplock freezer bag full of the stuff for several hours, then I'll eventually take them out and leave them on a piece of card if it's really sunny, and pour the peroxide back out of the bag over them. Works a treat.
    And it only costs 5.99. I will try it on a spare slightly yellow PCE - and on a badly yellowed spare JP Dreamcast.

  2. #1212
    This guy had a good video (I thought) on the subject. This weather we're having would be perfect for it even!


  3. #1213
    Quote Originally Posted by speedlolita View Post
    This weather we're having would be perfect for it even!
    I actually wish my SFC was more yellow so I could do mine!

  4. #1214
    Quote Originally Posted by speedlolita View Post
    This guy had a good video (I thought) on the subject. This weather we're having would be perfect for it even!
    Ah, The 8Bit Guy. I'm a subscriber of his two channels. The other is 8bit Keys where he fixed up and reviews old armature musical keyboards.

  5. #1215
    Best way i have seen is voltars method of getting a plastic container and lining it with foil and then covering the inside in uv led strips the kind you get on a reel. Means you dont have to rely on tbe sun as lets face it the uk is pretty crap for that. With the foil it reflects the uv all around for an even coating he props the stuff up on a clear stand so the uv can get underneath. Because they are leds they give off very little heat so you can just squirt your peroxide load onto your items then leave your items for days in it. Obviously large items will depend on how big a plastic tub you use

  6. #1216
    Quote Originally Posted by Yakumo View Post
    Ah, The 8Bit Guy. I'm a subscriber of his two channels. The other is 8bit Keys where he fixed up and reviews old armature musical keyboards.
    I only sub to his PC channel really but I'd probably enjoy the other one too. Love watching electrical engineering type channels (like EEVblog and Ben Heck) so his channel is right up my alley even if the tech isn't entirely to my interests.

    @importaku Voultar is a real smart dude, a solution like that sounds like a great idea. And hey, you'd be able to use that setup to power your way through Boktai too! lol
    Last edited by speedlolita; Today at 07:47 AM.

  7. #1217
    Lol i never thought about that yeah boktai would finally be playable but i'd worry about the lable getting super faded as thats a lot of uv. But im sure theres a way to protect it.

    Cant remember the exact video but it was one where he was repairing a old yellowed pc engine as the power socket trace had lifted. He showed the uv box as he restored the casing.
    Last edited by importaku; Today at 07:55 AM.

  8. #1218
    Quote Originally Posted by importaku View Post
    Lol i never thought about that yeah boktai would finally be playable but i'd worry about the lable getting super faded as thats a lot of uv. But im sure theres a way to protect it.
    I remember seeing a UV lamp suggested to play it way back. The sensor faces the same way the screen does so if you positioned a strip above the unit it shouldn't see exposure to the label I believe!
    Last edited by speedlolita; Today at 07:58 AM.

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