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Ok, I need some help with my yellowing problem. I got a bunch of old LEGO Bricks second hand, and a whole bunch were yellowed. So what I did, was take them and put them in a bin for around a month. When I finally got to fixing them, I used 3% hydrogen peroxide and set them out for around 3 - 4 hours. The whites did perfect. The transparents did not. They had a very orange tint to them, and still do at the writing of this. So if anyone can help me figure out this issue, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance! -legostarwars1425 P.S. Some of the parts are cloudy too. If you can help with that, that also would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again!
Hello, hope this is the correct forum to post this in. I was hoping someone out there could help me know if it "safe" to use the hydrogen peroxide method to "de-yellow" or restore bricks on colored bricks to their old color. I know that it works on whites and grays but has anyone tried this on other colors whether Modulex Colors or not? The bricks I am trying to restore are the Modulex red and Modulex Pink along with the Modulex Pastel-Green and Modulex Pastel-Blue. The really bad ones are the red and a few of the pink and Pastel-Blue while the Pastel-green is bearable but still needs work. I was hoping someone could help me on this. Thanks! -RailCo