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Is there any downside to playfield protectors?


By beefzap

1 year ago



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    “Is there any downside to playfield protectors?”

    • No Downside, a good investment 67 votes
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    • No way, not needed to protect damage and might affect play 73 votes
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    • No Opinion 21 votes
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    #251 1 year ago
    Quoted from Aniraf:

    The conversation about the “wet spots” or newton rings has me really interested in a solution. protectors is there anything we can do to solve that? The concept of dusting the underside seems logical, but I wouldn’t want to put some kind of powder all over my machine.

    I only see them when the game is off (BM66). They are not noticeable when the playfield lights are on at all on my machine. So no big deal to me.

    #252 1 year ago

    Interesting. My Cirqus Voltaire doesn’t show them, but my Total Nuclear almost looks like I put water on the playfield.

    #253 1 year ago

    I think it might actually have to do with the fact that on a new playfield the surface is flat and the large contact areas have the issue. On older playfields with dimples the protector is contacting the small "ridges" between dimples. Could be horseshit, just a theory since some people don't have this issue with NIB games. I did remove the protector from my IMDN, cleaned and dried both the playfield and protector bottom (dragged tissue paper across both to make sure there was no moisture) after 15 minutes of reapplying the rings began to reappear.

    #254 1 year ago

    I sort of noticed that too at an arcade I was at that had all games done. Older games weren't as noticeable.

    #255 1 year ago
    Quoted from TheLaw:

    *sigh* Yes I understand that, that was kind of the point. Even with that many games you wouldn't hurt a PF. If you want to see chipping holes after 1 day check in the Dialed In thread.
    EDIT: Although I didn't put one on mine

    The jjp pirates is the same. So many chipped clearcoat on playfields from them, and over 10k. Heard all they offered was stickers to cover up the damage. At least Stern offered customers new populated playfields with the Ghostbuster playfield issues.

    #256 1 year ago

    if i do PF touch ups by hand with acrylic paint, will it be ok to put a PF protector down? i'm worried that the protector will move around and grind down the touch up paint.

    #257 1 year ago
    Quoted from TwoHeartedMale:

    if i do PF touch ups by hand with acrylic paint, will it be ok to put a PF protector down? i'm worried that the protector will move around and grind down the touch up paint.

    I can’t say for certain, but I would say there is a very low probability of it scratching at the paint. I would say you have a better chance of the PET-G having a chemistry issue with the acrylic. Even that seems unlikely.

    #258 1 year ago

    There wont be any issue at all. When I had Flash, I touched up quite a bit of the playfield before putting the protector down. Had it for several years and hundreds of plays. When I sold it, the playfield and touch ups looked just like they did when I put the protector on 3 years prior. The playfield protectors do not move at all if they are fit correctly.

    #259 1 year ago
    Quoted from Jeff_PHX_AZ:

    The jjp pirates is the same. So many chipped clearcoat on playfields from them, and over 10k. Heard all they offered was stickers to cover up the damage. At least Stern offered customers new populated playfields with the Ghostbuster playfield issues.

    Nothing has been offered by jjp. They made stickers for WoZ. We're waiting for jjp to respond.

    #260 1 year ago
    Quoted from harryhoudini:

    Nothing has been offered by jjp. They made stickers for WoZ. We're waiting for jjp to respond.

    On WOZ the didn't even think to put mylar in the pop bumpers and they got eaten up. That was a terrible rookie mistake thinking their clear coat was somehow superior. All playfields need mylar in the pops. As for the problems with pirates, a playfield protector would not help at all. Playfield protectors are cut around the posts, so provide no protection for the area under the posts that are chipping in JJP POTC. This appears to be a combination of super cheap/defective posts that are sharp around the edges and possibly clear that is not properly cured.

    Just to amplify a point that I tried to make earlier in this thread, I see the question of whether to use playfield protectors as two separate questions: 1) are they worthwhile on modern games that have factory clearcoat (1990+) and 2) are they worthwhile on older game with no clear, cupped inserts and other rough rolling spots on the playfield?

    I have a collection that is equally split between newer and older games. I've never even considered putting a playfield protector on my Metallica, Star Wars or the NIB BK I just got, but I consider them a god send for my older games. My Paragon looks and plays amazing with the playfield protector. I'm just finishing up on a Joker Poker and can't wait to play it with a protector covering the cupped inserts!

    So to me, I see no reason to put these on newer games, but I do understand people putting it on an NIB game to try and prevent dimpling. On the other hand anyone who answered this poll as "No way, not needed to protect damage and might affect play", was hopefully not talking about older games!

    #261 1 year ago

    I got a #STTNG, which was quite mylared and the Mylar was bubbled.

    It impacted the ball slightly in the upper playfield because there were different pieces applied, partially overlapping and sometimes the ball was redirected or hopping over the edge.

    I pulled it with heat, which went very well. When removed I think I found the main reason for it - a few scratches around the flippers and the right orbit.

    At the moment I would like to play it and not spend a lot of time in a restoration (thorough, cleaning also of subways etc., replacing all rubbers, rebuild of flippers and other work were done), so I also tried a protector.

    I am positively surprised. It fits perfectly, no adjustments were needed, it is hold down tight by the ramp flaps and looks great on the art and hides the few playfield issues quite well. There is no rippling or rainbow effect.

    Gameplay is much better than with the Mylar and I don’t notice any big differences compared to my AFMr (unless the latter is freshly waxed, then it is a bit faster).

    I don’t think that the analogy with the plastic wrapped couches is fair, but it could also be me, who just doesn’t notice the nuances (I do recognize the difference on a plastic wrapped sofa though).

    So my personal vote is on “good solution under certain circumstances”. It is probably not the purist thing to do and might not work for everybody, but it does the job for me for now. It is easily reversible and looks quite good in my eyes. I can still clear coat later when I have more time and patience...

    #262 1 year ago

    Thanks for posting that. I'm still debating if I spend the time to clear my TOM playfield after installing the decals or if I just put the protector on it. On one hand, it's almost completely stripped now so clearing won't be that hard to get setup. On the other hand.. I don't really want to I just did my JP playfield and it's a decent amount of work.

    #263 1 year ago

    You are welcome.

    For me it was a small risk to take - just try it and if it doesn't work, I can still adjust. I wasted money in worse ways...

    Guess it depends on your patience.
    I haven't got any for now. Maybe I'll reconsider in 2 or 5 years, when I played the heck out of the STTNG.

    If I compare it to Mylar it is a simple decision for me - so far, no idea how it will be in 2, 5 or 10 years.

    #264 1 year ago
    Quoted from wawa777:

    You are welcome.
    For me it was a small risk to take - just try it and if it doesn't work, I can still adjust. I wasted money in worse ways...
    Guess it depends on your patience.
    I haven't got any for now. Maybe I'll reconsider in 2 or 5 years, when I played the heck out of the STTNG.
    If I compare it to Mylar it is a simple decision for me - so far, no idea how it will be in 2, 5 or 10 years.

    The guys over in the restoration thread and in the SprayMax thread are enablers, lol.. they are getting me interested in clearing now. Apparently I can do it with all of the under playfield stuff on. I'm going to see what it will take, in terms of work. I still am doing the decal work on it now so I have some time to consider. Still have to put my JP back together since the playfield is all done now. I like the ease of the protector but I'm anal as fuck so I feel like I'd just take it apart soon to clear it.

    #265 1 year ago
    Quoted from harryhoudini:

    The guys over in the restoration thread and in the SprayMax thread are enablers, lol.. they are getting me interested in clearing now. Apparently I can do it with all of the under playfield stuff on. I'm going to see what it will take, in terms of work. I still am doing the decal work on it now so I have some time to consider. Still have to put my JP back together since the playfield is all done now. I like the ease of the protector but I'm anal as fuck so I feel like I'd just take it apart soon to clear it.

    Definitely clear then... I’d guess that the edge of the protector around the slings will drive you crazy - all on its own.

    #266 1 year ago
    Quoted from wawa777:

    Definitely clear then... I’d guess that the edge of the protector around the slings will drive you crazy - all on its own.

    This was one of my concerns but at the benefit of protecting my fixes and the playfield in general I was willing to live with it until I got a repro. But now that I'm *this* close to being able to spray it instead I figure that might save me from wanting a repro.

    3 weeks later
    #267 1 year ago
    Quoted from spinal:

    I’ve played a few games on pins with protectors... totally changes the way the ball rolls since the surface is different (plastic is much harder and slippery so ball can slide more often than roll). In other words, the ball with spin and roll differently..

    What if you wax it?

    #268 1 year ago
    Quoted from harryhoudini:

    Yeah, either way I'm using the protector so moot point for me but if there is a way to resolve that would be nice.

    Wouldn"t it be plausible softwaxing the playfield and then put on the protector making the whole playfield a wetspot?

    #269 1 year ago
    Quoted from Dr-pin:

    Wouldn"t it be plausible softwaxing the playfield and then put on the protector making the whole playfield a wetspot?

    I could see that.

    Now I'm NOT definitely putting down the protector, lol. I need to do some clear work before I can even do my repair so I think I'm just going to clear the whole thing. I just did my JP and had no real issues. So, yeah... protector for sale, I guess.

    #270 1 year ago
    Quoted from Dr-pin:

    Wouldn"t it be plausible softwaxing the playfield and then put on the protector making the whole playfield a wetspot?

    Na, it has something to do with the silicon, cleaner or something in the clear coat that spreads on the playfield from the factory.
    I've found that when I clean the crap out of it with Naptha there are less "wet spots", but they still exist.
    If you wait a few months and clean it regular, there will be almost no "wet spots".
    If you can wait or you don't care about dimples this is an option. I personally don't mind dimples, my reasons for installing are a bit different.

    I didn't bother putting naptha on the last few and got some "wet spots" on the munsters lower playfield window. Which I've never seen before.

    #271 1 year ago

    The wet spots seem to be uniquely on the new, thinner models of the pf protectors. I have the spots on BKSOR, MBR, and JJP POTC, but none on the thicker models before those that I have on DI, IJ, older games.

    I suppose it could be clear coat changes across three manufacturers, but it seems more likely that the Mirco protectors are causing the effect, right?

    #272 1 year ago
    Quoted from DANGERTERROR:

    The wet spots seem to be uniquely on the new, thinner models of the pf protectors. I have the spots on BKSOR, MBR, and JJP POTC, but none on the thicker models before those that I have on DI, IJ, older games.
    I suppose it could be clear coat changes across three manufacturers, but it seems more likely that the Mirco protectors are causing the effect, right?

    Simply a reflective interference pattern.

    2 weeks later
    #273 1 year ago

    I wanted to post an update to my custom made protector for Gottlieb Amazing Spider-Man. I'm not convinced it's working out for this particular playfield. I bet a lot of the crap showing up is bits of old paint breaking off. I may need to clear coat this one.

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    #274 1 year ago
    Quoted from DANGERTERROR:

    The wet spots seem to be uniquely on the new, thinner models of the pf protectors. I have the spots on BKSOR, MBR, and JJP POTC, but none on the thicker models before those that I have on DI, IJ, older games.
    I suppose it could be clear coat changes across three manufacturers, but it seems more likely that the Mirco protectors are causing the effect, right?

    I also think its the new thinner PF protectors that are plagued with the phenomenon.

    #275 1 year ago
    Quoted from durgee7:

    I wanted to post an update to my custom made protector for Gottlieb Amazing Spider-Man. I'm not convinced it's working out for this particular playfield. I bet a lot of the crap showing up is bits of old paint breaking off. I may need to clear coat this one.[quoted image][quoted image]

    That looks like dirt from the PF. Did you clean the PF properly With naphtha?

    #276 1 year ago

    Either that or an old pinball

    #277 1 year ago
    Quoted from TwoHeartedMale:

    That looks like dirt from the PF. Did you clean the PF properly With naphtha?

    I thought my naptha cleaning was very thorough. I have vacuumed and naptha'd the crap out of it. I guess it can't be too clean if it's still leaving all that crud behind.

    Pinball is new.

    #278 1 year ago
    Quoted from durgee7:

    I thought my naptha cleaning was very thorough. I have vacuumed and naptha'd the crap out of it. I guess it can't be too clean if it's still leaving all that crud behind.
    Pinball is new.

    Maybe its cus your a state fan........ just sayin.....

    It kinda looks like old wax

    #279 1 year ago
    Quoted from TwoHeartedMale:

    Maybe its cus your a state fan........ just sayin.....
    It kinda looks like old wax

    State Graduate to you!!! Westland is my hometown, btw. Yeah, it does look like old wax. Maybe I need to scrub harder.

    Thing is...I need to be gentle on this playfield (see pic). I need to preserve the fragile looking paint. A clear coat could be in the works very soon.

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    #280 1 year ago
    Quoted from Chalkey:

    Could be horseshit, just a theory since some people don't have this issue with NIB games. I did remove the protector from my IMDN, cleaned and dried both the playfield and protector bottom (dragged tissue paper across both to make sure there was no moisture) after 15 minutes of reapplying the rings began to reappear.

    I'm about to get a NIB IMDN and am considering putting a protector on it. I have protectors on a couple of older games and they play and look great.
    Can you see the wet look rings on yours when it's turned on? Have you persisted with it or removed it?
    Is it a big task to install on IMDN?

    #281 1 year ago

    It's one if those things where you see them if you look for them. It doesn't bother me and people don't seem to notice it. I've done 3 IMDN installs, it's probably right near the middle as far as difficulty level compared with other games. It will take you a few hours, be sure to take lots of photos and label your Z connectors on both sides before disconnecting. I like to have a lot of space and lay everything out like it was sitting in the game, and keep all the screws / nuts with the items they hold down so you're not left wondering "did this nut have a washer under it, or was it this other guy over here"

    #282 1 year ago

    Thanks for that I think I will go ahead and give it a try.

    #283 1 year ago

    I noticed that they put some instructions on their site. The “wet spots” they say can be addressed by blowing compressed air under the protector.

    https://www.playfield-protectors.com/about/Docs

    I haven’t tried this or their suggested wax. That wax is not recommended by forum posts because of “solvents” but I am no chemist, just relaying what I’ve read.

    #284 1 year ago

    In regards to the "wet spots" it's nothing to worry about in regards to any moisture actually forming on your game. This is light refracting at different angles in regards to the playfield surface, clear coat and the protector. Here's a pic from a guy that tried glueing 2 pieces of lexan together to get a thicker piece. Because there is no gap in the "wet spot" areas of contact you get light refracting at different angles giving what our vision perceives as moisture on the surfaces. This is the same as areas of the protector that are laying perfectly flat against the clear coat on a playfield. No amount of waxing, blowing compressed air or rubbing a magic lamp will change the out come of how a protector looks once it has settled into a final resting position.

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    #285 1 year ago

    durgee7 what you are seeing is small impacts of airballs chipping away at the playfield paint and any residual wax or residue that was rubbed into it at the impact point. This is what these are designed for, especially on older games. Each one of those white dots would eventually lead to even more playfield wear and eventually bald spots without the protector in place. I only get this white dust on my old games, all of the modern games I make protectors for never see any of this after months in an arcade enviroment.

    #286 1 year ago
    Quoted from Thrillhouse:

    durgee7 what you are seeing is small impacts of airballs chipping away at the playfield paint and any residual wax or residue that was rubbed into it at the impact point. This is what these are designed for, especially on older games. Each one of those white dots would eventually lead to even more playfield wear and eventually bald spots without the protector in place. I only get this white dust on my old games, all of the modern games I make protectors for never see any of this after months in an arcade enviroment.

    Thanks, Thrillhouse! That makes perfect sense!

    I'm seriously considering a clearcoat (nothing excessive) to keep the remaining art from breaking off. Of course, I still want to use a protector on top. I could care less about "wet" spots at this point. I'll probably do another vacuum, naptha, vacuum, and then maybe clearcoat (all at home).

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    #287 1 year ago

    Playfield paint is sealed in place. Playfield protector added on top. I'm happy with the result. Plays great. I'm happy!

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    #288 1 year ago

    My playfield protector had a good run before collecting bits of white crap. I bet it happens each time I lift up the playfield for maintenance. There must be some flaking paint underneath some of the plastics. I hope the mylar keeps the paint protected from all that debris. I'm a little dissapointed but this should be expected.

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    #289 1 year ago
    Quoted from durgee7:

    My playfield protector had a good run before collecting bits of white crap. I bet it happens each time I lift up the playfield for maintenance. There must be some flaking paint underneath some of the plastics. I hope the mylar keeps the paint protected from all that debris. I'm a little dissapointed but this should be expected.[quoted image]

    If you have an air compressor, blow it under the protector. You can get 90% of that stuff out to one side then wipe it up. Don’t use canned air. The angle will cause freezing liquid to spray all over the play field.

    #290 1 year ago
    Quoted from Aniraf:

    If you have an air compressor, blow it under the protector. You can get 90% of that stuff out to one side then wipe it up. Don’t use canned air. The angle will cause freezing liquid to spray all over the play field.

    Thanks, Aniraf! I'll use my compressor.

    #291 1 year ago

    Hopefully I may hijack this topic for a small question. I am using playfield protectors myself and I like them very much. The new thinner material that is used apparently is the culprit for the newton rings phenomenon, but I can live with it, even though I am not fond of it at all.

    Here's my question: I have the following three games - is it worth to install a PF protector on them in your opinion?
    (Looking for answers from people that use the PF-protectors)

    GB Premium - has ca. 1000 games on it and has dimpling already
    MMR - has ca. 400 games on it and some dimpling (not so much as on GB)
    CC - is a restored one and has a very nice clearcoated playfield. There is a minimum of dipling, which is hardly noticeable.

    #292 1 year ago

    Even if they have already been used or cleared I do install a pf protector just to be sure it will stay as good as possible
    Swapping pfs is a pain, so if I can avoid it by installing a protec, I do it.

    #293 1 year ago
    Quoted from Nepi23:

    Hopefully I may hijack this topic for a small question. I am using playfield protectors myself and I like them very much. The new thinner material that is used apparently is the culprit for the newton rings phenomenon, but I can live with it, even though I am not fond of it at all.
    Here's my question: I have the following three games - is it worth to install a PF protector on them in your opinion?
    (Looking for answers from people that use the PF-protectors)
    GB Premium - has ca. 1000 games on it and has dimpling already
    MMR - has ca. 400 games on it and some dimpling (not so much as on GB)
    CC - is a restored one and has a very nice clearcoated playfield. There is a minimum of dipling, which is hardly noticeable.

    I’ve installed them over play fields with dimples…I don’t think the dimples should impact your decision. It is a personal preference. I equate it to putting a glass shield on top of your cell phone screen. Personally, I enjoy having the protection.

    I also enjoy installing them because it gives me a reason to deep clean machines which have a lot of play.

    #294 1 year ago
    Quoted from Nepi23:

    Hopefully I may hijack this topic for a small question. I am using playfield protectors myself and I like them very much. The new thinner material that is used apparently is the culprit for the newton rings phenomenon, but I can live with it, even though I am not fond of it at all.

    Isn’t there some soft wax, you can aply to the whole playfield before putting on the playfieldprotector?
    This would make the playfield somewhat adere to the protector avoiding the ring phonemenia?

    #295 1 year ago
    Quoted from Dr-pin:

    Isn’t there some soft wax, you can aply to the whole playfield before putting on the playfieldprotector?
    This would make the playfield somewhat adere to the protector avoiding the ring phonemenia?

    I don't know. I somewhere read long time ago that the instruction was to get rid of the wax first with e.g. naphta and after that install the protector. Any experiences regarding this from other playfield protector users?

    #296 1 year ago

    I installed one on a nib pin I’m planning to route and I must say I’m sold. I ended up doing every pin I own except DE Simpsons which is not available. I honestly think this is the best thing to hit pinball in a very very long time. Theoretically you can have a mint or almost mint playfield as long as you want! The protectors themselves from overseas are cut perfectly, spots where I was nervous about the edges lining up always came out perfect.

    #297 1 year ago
    Quoted from Nepi23:

    I don't know. I somewhere read long time ago that the instruction was to get rid of the wax first with e.g. naphta and after that install the protector. Any experiences regarding this from other playfield protector users?

    It's not the was, it's interference reflections in the protector itself. Is no different than the exact same issue with translights

    #298 1 year ago
    Quoted from C_Presley:

    I installed one on a nib pin I’m planning to route and I must say I’m sold. I ended up doing every pin I own except DE Simpsons which is not available. I honestly think this is the best thing to hit pinball in a very very long time. Theoretically you can have a mint or almost mint playfield as long as you want! The protectors themselves from overseas are cut perfectly, spots where I was nervous about the edges lining up always came out perfect.

    I've done just over 30 of them now.
    One important thing I've learned is to cut out the magnet hole especially on the games with smaller magnets. It usually takes 5-7k plays for a hole to open up on the protector and the cracks start creeping out beyond that. replaced on recently because of this. Also, I've might of had 5 that didn't need some form of alteration. They all need to be clipped/ground down slightly, because they are going over a washer or under a rail etc...

    #299 1 year ago
    Quoted from C_Presley:

    The protectors themselves from overseas are cut perfectly, spots where I was nervous about the edges lining up always came out perfect.

    I haven’t had the same luck. On at least half of the games I have installed them on, I was forced to make cuts in order to get a fit where the protector would lay flat. It hasn’t stopped me from using them, but it should be know.

    #300 1 year ago

    I tend to look at this stuff as preserving your girlfriend (or boyfriend)'s chastity for the next partner, at the cost of your own enjoyment...

    If you've got a clearcoated playfield, and have waxed it, what are you sacrificing to have the protector?

    I've got a full Makrolon protector on my TAF (it was a mint restore and the restorer put it on there) and it plays markedly slower, and isn't as vibrant as my TZ and Tron which have just been waxed. The protector is somewhat reflective too, so I can see a reflection of the backbox in it. I can see it reacting to the ball rolling over it, sortof like a very slight distortion effect.

    The only reason I haven't cut it off is because it's a pain to do, and it is ultimately there now and is protecting the playfield, and TAF in particular has a ball drop which can't be protected with a Cliffy, but to suggest it comes at zero cost at all is disingenuous I think. At the very least you are clouding the artwork mildly (no polycarbonate protector is completely transparent)

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