Restoration of Discolored Plastic

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Date: Thu Jun 29 16:01:41 2000

R. D. Davis wrote:
> On Thu, 29 Jun 2000, William Donzelli wrote:
> > Probably the best solution (and if you think about it, the most "proper")
> > is to cover it with a very light coat of paint (something not too
> > aggressive).
> Ok, something subtle like the way that doodlebugs (VW Beetles) were
> sometimes decorated in the 1960s and 1970s? Also, how about black
> backgrounds with flourescent dragons, faeries, crystal-balls, trees,
> unicorns, streams, waterfalls, horses, etc. painted on them? Hmmm, my
> collection would look rather neat that way. Does anyone know an
> artist who's into painting computers? :-)

You know.... I don't know if you're jokeing or not, but.... That could be
pretty cool :^) Maybe not for something like my PDP-11/44 mind you
(although I kind of like that idea), but it would definitly be a cool idea
for a large PC tower case :^)

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