Cleaning up yellowed/grubby plastic?

From: Fred Cisin <>
Date: Tue Aug 24 17:19:56 2004

On Tue, 24 Aug 2004, Teo Zenios wrote:
> The problem is new furniture has to look 100% new, while something 200+
> years old has to look vintage (some signs of normal ageing). While some rich
> person would love to have a piece of furniture that Napoleon might have
> scuffed with his boot (a good story helps) they don't want a new table they
> spent tons of money on to get dinged by the movers (no interesting story
> there).

the damage that you do reduces the value, UNTIL you become famous.
Received on Tue Aug 24 2004 - 17:19:56 BST

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