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  1. I've done multiple boiling bath treatments, the last about 3 weeks ago - the legs have returned to giving the floor/base back to about 5-10 degree angle from pretty close to parallel to the ground, now given the 45 degree starting angle (no exaggeration), it is in the realm of tolerable. But now that I see corrective bend is degenerating, I'm gonna let it sit a couple more weeks and see how it goes.
  2. Took 3 or 4 sessions, several minutes in the boiling water, bend, cold water, let sit, repeat. Seemed to work much better than the results I can typically get with white bones material. Almost 20 hours now, and the amount of resettling back to its old state is minor at this point - still gonna wait a bit before starting real work on it.
  3. With mine, if the feet are flat on the ground, the front face of the building is at about a 45 degree angle. It isn't even remotely close to being able to stand alone without faceplanting - I have my doubts that the boiling water routine will provide enough of a change, or a long lasting enough change, but guess I'll give it a go.
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