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  1. showtimeptts

    another 6286 Skull's Eye Schooner restoration

    Process is going better than i supposed. All yellow tone has gone. Anther good news: found box, manual and even genuine sacks in like new condition.
  2. showtimeptts

    another 6286 Skull's Eye Schooner restoration

    any other idea how to fix it? All parts were left on soap water to wash off dirt. Now it is being drying.
  3. showtimeptts

    another 6286 Skull's Eye Schooner restoration

    I’ll try. This is my first vintage lego assembly. Didnt expect that i’ll face this issues, cause knew that i left it in mint condition.
  4. showtimeptts

    another 6286 Skull's Eye Schooner restoration

    thanks for advice, appreciate!
  5. Hey guys, i'm new to eurobricks community. Have a lot vintage lego sets from own childhood. It was stored in the cellar for 20 years. I decided to check it's condition and hope very few pieces were lost if any, cause i always took care of my stuff, but who knows how many people had access to this sets during years. Decided to start from the jewel of my collection - 6286 Skull's Eye Schooner . What a dream it was in that period. On the first glance all pieces are in very good/ mint condition without any dents or scratches except white and some grey bricks which come some kind of pink or light brown not yellowish to my surprise. Another problem is sail fabric. It has dirty spots and stored in wrinkled body. the first thing i did is disassembled all the bricks and left them in warm soapy water. Then i gonna left white and grey bricks in hydrogen peroxide for several days. Any thought and advices how to restore it in proper way? your's faithfully, Anton