How do you clean/wax your playfields?


By DrAzzy

6 years ago


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#24 6 years ago

We occasionally use purple cleaner on really tough deposits. Nothing cleans quite like it. Just never spray it directly on anything. Put it on a towel, use the towel to clean, and wipe off any extra liquid. I have no idea what's actually in it. It's just purple industrial cleanser.

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