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SubjectRe: Cleaning solution Reply to this message
Posted byLuisv
Posted on03/31/01 02:11 PM



I always thought it was impossible to get rid of yellowing. I thought it actually turns the plastic itself yellow, so it would be impossible to clean it. Well, guess I'm wrong :) . BTW, did you ever receive my cart Fly V? Your email is broke or something.

> i use a clothe slighty wet with alcohol..
> iso-alcohol one.. (the one you find in kitchens..)
>
> but you have to be careful to not let drop on the circuits..
> do its a job for a jailed chinese monk.. :)
>
>
> > Anybody have a good way of getting rid of yellowing on keyboards and the like?
> > I've just picked up an A600 with monitor, a C64 and a Plus/4 (with all the
> leads
> > and stuff) for less than 10... a bargain, but they need a bit of cleaning.
> I've
> > found that Jif seems to work quite well, but I think I'm gonna need something
> a
> > bit stronger for these babies... any suggestions?
> >
> > Freylis
> >
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>
> Worse than the lost, is the humiliation.
> Fly V
>




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Subject  Posted byPosted On
*Cleaning solution  Freylis03/26/01 03:38 AM
.*Re: Cleaning solution  jmo05/20/01 00:43 AM
.*Re: Cleaning solution  Fly V03/28/01 08:52 PM
...Re: Cleaning solution  Luisv03/31/01 02:11 PM
...*Re: Cleaning solution  Fly V04/01/01 00:47 AM
....*Re: Cleaning solution  Luisv04/01/01 02:19 PM
.....*Re: Cleaning solution  Fly V04/01/01 09:51 PM
......*Re: Cleaning solution  Luisv04/02/01 06:01 PM
.......*Re: Cleaning solution  Fly V04/02/01 09:17 PM