Heres what I did, a thorough wash with lukewarm soapwater.
After that I saw that the plastic/vinyl actually was yellowedwhite through and through.
I painted the ears and nose using black super colour markingpencil that said "marks on most surfaces" and it did!
The nosebulb of Snoopy was missing but I found an odd button that fit perfectly as it was round and just the right size, Isuperglued it and painted it satinblack using Humbrol 85.
I presented it to "The Oldtimer" as I use to call my dad even though we live in Sweden,got relatives that are American,and he was very delighted to see that ol Snoopy that he bought in Stockholm back in 1958!
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