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Yellowing on white Tamagotchi Angel

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Posted 30 August 2014 - 11:12 PM ( #1 )

Hi, guys! I hope it's appropriate that I ask about this here. I've searched and found a few answers but need some clarification.


Does anyone know how to remove yellowing (I believe from sunlight) on white Tamagotchi Angels without damaging it or removing the original white sheen? I've read that products with benzoyl peroxide, hydrogen peroxide, and lemon juice may work. I don't wish to take the Tamagotchi apart so I can't necessarily soak it in anything. I'm actually allergic to benzoyl peroxide so that can't be used. Has anyone done this with hydrogen peroxide and had some success? Apparently the yellowing is just around the tab on the side and fades out to white.


Thank you in advance! <3






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Posted 01 September 2014 - 07:37 AM ( #2 )

hello, not sure if this'll work out for you but when i got my pink angelgotchi, it had a yellowish tinge on the front :( and it was super obvious. i found one solution that worked for me so far, using the vol 40 hair dye developer found in beauty supply shops. 40 vol is around 12% developer i think. anyhoo, it's pretty watery/gel-like and i dabbed some on the front then exposed it to sunlight. and it lightened :D . i found this out from a website about making some yellowed video game consoles white again. i had to do it twice to seea difference. but make sure to not dab any on the wings though..i think it rubs off just a teeny bit :c but the rest of the paint and sheen stayed the same :)


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Posted 01 September 2014 - 10:11 AM ( #3 )

I was going to suggest the 40 developer as well.  I used it on other things before, but not on plastic.  Always worth a shot.

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