Quoted from flashinstinct:
So I've made up my mind and will get a turbine sprayer to clear my playfield. Now only thing remaining is to find a great clear. Does anyone have any suggestions? I've started looking into chromaclear but they have a gizzilion options...not sure which one is good???
I have used both Dupont Chroma clear and now using PPG3000 system. I think over time I am going to like the PPG better. I seems to be alittle softer and I believe it will have better properties between the insert and the plastic. That being said preparation is everything and I have changed alot on how I do my fields. Probably the biggest single change is pulling all inserts and re-glueing with 2 part epoxy and also putting super glue around every edge of every insert as to keep from having both separation and sealing the plastic to the wood.
This has helped alot especially on classic stern fields which can have problems in these area's. They are both excellent material and you can't go wrong with either. I was first using the longer time hardener and now went with the really fast hardener on the PPG and it works great.
I went ahead and added a Xenon and Lost World pictures I did with Dupont Chroma. Look at the roto area of the Xenon. Here I did not remove inserts and reglue and super glue edges. Notice alittle "crazing". I did this in 2007.
If you come to the TPF you will see my Stingray I did with this product.