I read a bunch of posts about mylar removal and have tried the heat gun, freezing, and the goo gone/razor blade method, but none of them are working very well. The freezing seems to be the worst as it has removed chunks of the base paint. When I use heat, the mylar(?) melts and shrinks and hardens before the glue softens. The goo gone kind of works, but it's taking super long. I plan on repainting a significant portion of the playfield due to the damaged paint from previous owners plus the stuff I've pulled up. Any other suggestions to speed up the process but limit the damage? It took me over an hour to do a 9"x9" area badly. Does that sound about right? This is my first restoration, and I've chosen a really rough pin to do, but it is Space Mission and in the end should be worth it . Any tips or advice will be appreciated. Money is an object, so I'm trying to use more sweat equity than throwing money at it.