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Mylar: why or why not?


By UNCgump

2 years ago



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#1 2 years ago

I am looking at a game to buy ( Flash Gordon)and the seller says the playfield Mylar was removed. Is this good or bad? Implications for longevity?Why would someone remove it?

#3 2 years ago

Thanks!

#5 2 years ago

Bit if I ever chose to route I might want to recoat it?

#8 2 years ago

Cool. Thanks guys!

#14 2 years ago

Seems like a playfield protector is the easiest and most reliable? If i sink over $1k into a game I want to keep and play a lot, the additional expense of a protector seems minor and a good investment.

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