RH 4,079 Member · Posted December 9, 2019 Share Posted December 9, 2019 I got an NES Advantage this weekend from a local game shop for $10. I asked the guy what that specific one was cheaper than his other ones (they were $15) and he said it was just due to the discoloration. I can live with that and enjoy a good restoration project. Other than being dirty and needing a tad bit of plastic polish on the ball, it was in great shape on the outside. Anyway, it's soaking now but one of the problems I'm having is that I can't get out all of the air bubbles in the fine holes of the buttons, so they float. buttons that float can have thin layers dry, and that can cause warping on the plastic. Plus, if the top isn't submersed, it's not being fixed. So, how do you guys submerse these buttons? I've actually tried taking a glass cup, filling it with water, putting the buttons in it and when I turn it up, the buttons stay submersed but float to the top. This is the best I can come up with, but I can't position them. I have a lot in there, so many are upside down and will need a second attempt. Anyone else solved this annoying problem? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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