Hey guys. I've done some searching on this and have a rough idea of what I can and can't do. That said, some posts are years old and there's some slight conflict so I just want to make sure there wasn't some new information I missed. Appreciate any input!
First off, I understand the System 11s are a bit risky when it comes to mylar removal and mine is in good enough shape (minor bubbling) that I have no plans to pull it. That said, there's some slight swirling/pitting I'd like to try to remove (see pic) in addition to some swirling on some ball paths and non-mylar areas. So here's my rough plan.
Mylar: Novus 2 + elbow grease in straight lines (no swirling motions) to remove light pitting/swirls. May not be a huge difference but shouldn't cloud it further where Novus 3 might (being more abrasive).
Non-mylar: Here's where I'm stuck. I've read Magic Eraser + alcohol works great but it also removes the clearcoat. And I also read "wax is no substitute for clearcoat". Being that I don't have the skills/time to a full re-clear, do I have any other options besides just leaving it? Perhaps something less abrasive than ME?
Finishing: 100% Carnauba wax (Kit brand, paste style) on both mylar/non-mylar playfield surfaces + toothbrush to clean out excess wax on the posts since I wont be removing everything first. Does that sound right?