How do you clean/wax your playfields?


By DrAzzy

6 years ago


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#14 6 years ago

The mill wax you get from Marco or mad amusements is fine for light cleaning. You want to be careful using hardwood floor wax because it usually has a yellow tint to it. The last thing you want is a yellow play field. If you get the clear floor wax, it is usually just a carnuba wax so use a cleaner first, then coat and shine.

#19 6 years ago

Liquid flows into the star posts and the switch canals, and you have to get a tooth brush to get it out. Not that it's bad, just more work.

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