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Title: Discoloration on a Baby Dancing Butterflies?
Post by: Haruna on May 31, 2019, 04:43:40 AM
I removed my Baby Dancing Butterflies from the display cabinet the other day and saw that she has some pinkish discoloration on her back left leg. I've had her about five years and I don't know her history before she came to me. It's kind of odd to me that a yellow pony would have pink discoloration -- this couldn't be peroxide cream showing up late, right? Any ideas? I don't think it's treatable, at any rate.

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Title: Re: Discoloration on a Baby Dancing Butterflies?
Post by: LadyMoondancer on May 31, 2019, 05:25:02 AM
Oh no, poor pony!  It kind of reminds me of the discoloration my Quackers got.  Although hers was more brownish than orange.
Title: Re: Discoloration on a Baby Dancing Butterflies?
Post by: freezestime on May 31, 2019, 08:32:31 AM
This may be related but with my TAF Buttons, someone had coloured in the tip of her horn, her inner ears and a random patch on her leg. Albeit they're not the exact same colour, I would think it's some pen. Did she have it when you got her? Or did it pop up?
Title: Re: Discoloration on a Baby Dancing Butterflies?
Post by: Haruna on May 31, 2019, 09:19:24 AM
Did she have it when you got her? Or did it pop up?
She didn't have it when I got her :huh: It appeared at some point and I didn't notice.
Title: Re: Discoloration on a Baby Dancing Butterflies?
Post by: lovesbabysquirmy on May 31, 2019, 12:23:15 PM
a form of regrind is my guess, if she isn't near anything red/pink
Title: Re: Discoloration on a Baby Dancing Butterflies?
Post by: mlp4me on May 31, 2019, 01:51:07 PM
I would also second regrind. You could try to sunfade....
Title: Re: Discoloration on a Baby Dancing Butterflies?
Post by: LadyMoondancer on May 31, 2019, 02:34:54 PM
Yeah, my guess is regrind or some other kind of plastic degradation.

I don't think it's peroxide damage, that usually has more defined edges and I think it would bleach the plastic paler, not result in orange.
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