First post, by Pabloz
I had the front plastic of a retro PC Case (one of those with turbo buttons, cheap one that yellowed like cheddar cheese)
I was planning on doing a retrobright, but to be honest i did retrobright a lot of other things in the past using liquid hydrogen peroxide and even used some with salon cream 40% , for example:
A ps2 mose
A creative audio drive bay
And they all yellowed again after 1 year, or year and a half, even if the plastic was kept with zero light with no direct contact with the sun. So retrobright might look good at first, the thing blows after some months. So i wanted to try something else because i was tired of retrobright, its too much work for something that will not last long.
So i bought spray paint. white spraypaint and proceeded to paint the retro PC front plastic.
The result was really bad because the color was so white, white as a t-shirt, or even more white than milk.
I wonder if someone here did a white paint job on plastic for a retro pc , and what color was used that works, because i think the true color is different, more like a mix of white and very light grey color, but you can´t find spraypaint of that particular color.