KLund1 wrote:I'm not sure what would be a good 'mask' for the label. On one 800xl case, I used brown masking tape. and the paste went right through it. If we used something too strong, the sticky part could pull the color of the label off at the end of the process.
Any ideas what would be good enough to hold back the H2O2, and not pull the ink off later?
tjlazer wrote:Here are some of my results. Just used Clairol 40 count developer creamer in the sun for about 6 hours over two days...
matt wrote:Here is a link to "Clairol Developer 40" creme
http://american-discount-beauty-supply. ... e=GB&id=uk
matt wrote:The link is for the USA.
But if I track it down in the UK I will buy a second one and ship it to you.
tjlazer wrote:I was asked what process I used. I just poured the Clairol 40 Professional creme developer into a bowl. I then washed and dried the parts and set them out in the sun on cardboard or a box. I used a regular paint brush and dipped it into the creamer getting it on the brush. I then painted the creme developer on the parts. Applying thin coats and did not put too much on it. I did this every 30-60 minutes for several hours. Then I got a clean damp cloth to wipe it off. I used some Simple Green on my rag. You might have to go another day if the yellow is not all gone... I even did the 65EXE keyboard while it was intact in the case. Just do not use too much developer on it as you don't want to saturate the keyboard. Only thin coats on are needed to paint on the parts...
simbo wrote:its all a bit gay searching the womens hair products
simbo wrote:you can fully arrest the process using white vinegar as a wash ... and plenty of water
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