Here I go again on a pf restore. Not as bad as my Taxi, but will keep me busy for a while .
Took it on a barter for clearcoat services for a friend. Just getting the Mylar glue off is half the battle . I use 90% alcohol and a plastic razor blade , then roll my fingers across the dried alcohol until it balls up . Flour wasn't needed on this one, but helps if it isn't coming up easy.
Looks like I will need to do quite a bit of painting , so after cleaning up all of the ball marks with magic eraser , cleaning up the raw wood areas , and sanding the ball shooter lane it's about ready for the first cleat coat application. I'll put down 2 coats to isolate the old paint and begin my art reconstruction . One nice thing is inserts are level, so not going to have to build up with extra clear on this one.
Question for the group: what to do with the raw wood around the spinning disc ? It's to dirty to sand without sanding off too much wood, and it's kind of nasty looking. Leave it , or take the black all the way into the cutout ? Paint it light tan? What do you think here?