a little de-yellowing help plz.

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    Folks, I'm in a little Jam.

    Doesn't anyone here have any idea how to make their yellowing Mac's new again? I remember reading something that does the job but you know? I can't remember for the life of me what it's called or how to make it.

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    Oh for me that's the easy part... I got access to 18% (60 Vol), probably do the job in half the time;) covering the ageing mac with the solution is the hardest part, especially where there's affixed RF shielding physically attached to the casing....

    WHY Apple? Why?
     
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    I was told, if you mix a cleaning gel, a kind of all purpose cleaning gel and some bleach it would go right of, i have some yellowed machines also, and will try this mix :p
     

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