Quoted from Hawkeyepin:
RobT....Holy cow dude, calm down. Have you researched millwax or been to it's site? It says right on the bottle "Pinball Playfield Wax and Cleaner". Do any car wax products say they are designed for pinball machines? Maybe you could tell me where car wax products actually do say "designed for pinball machines as well".
"Mill Wax-- trusted by Operators and Pinball Collectors since 1976..."
If you've missed posts where people discuss what they believe Millwax does to playfields then go look them up yourself. Why do I have to repost something you've missed?
Your quote..."I'm willing to bet that this company simply had one of the car wax companies put one of their formulas into a bottle labeled Millwax "especially made for pinball machines".
I don't know about betting but it looks like your ready to speculate that Millwax is also engaged in a relabeling practice. Sheesh.
Wow, talk about completely missing the point!
All you have done here is repeated the assertion that you already made...Millwax "is especially made for pinball machines". So apparently this means that it is the best product for pins, and car wax is a no-no? Really?
Again, please tell me what is so special about Millwax that makes it specifically designed for pinball playfields, and what does it due that a car wax or cleaner can't?
Please don't repeat yourself (again) by saying "well, it is specifically designed for pinball machines".
As far as the re-labeling stuff, that happens all the time. Nothing unusual about it at all. I doubt that the Millwax company (or company that owns them) does nothing but formulate and produce Millwax.