QUOTE (Mel357 @ Jul 19 2010, 08:38 PM)
Dip em in peroxide, it'll whiten them up.
I hope you're joking, these aren't dentures or hair bleaching. Although there is some validity, since the peroxide will donate an electron pair (more than likely) back into the ringss of the colored dyes, it doesn't guarantee that the color will be restored.
QUOTE (juanix2 @ Jul 20 2010, 10:46 AM)
peroxide? sorry dude im not familiar to that , wha it is a where can i found it?? and dosen damage or remove paints???
QUOTE (meandnooneelse @ Jul 20 2010, 11:15 AM)
Hydrogen Peroxide. The topical antiseptic in the brown plastic bottle. You can get it at any drug store, super market, even dollar general.
If and only in the US. It is a strong oxidizer and depending on concentrations (30% can and will disolve bones) can be found in different locations, but the best bet is a pharmacy no matter where you live.
There's not much you can do, the plastic has changed. Does the plastic have a gooey/soft/sticky feel to it? Or did it seem to be sweating?