Re: Back glass coating
- From: Mark Clayton <spamuser1604@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 24 May 2009 17:39:09 -0400
DO NOT clean the back of a Gottlieb backglass that has tinted
score windows (e.g. System 1 games). Even water will wash away the tint.
On May 24, 2:18 pm, Retrogameconnection <wins...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:.On May 24, 10:53 am, hir...@xxxxxxx wrote:
On May 24, 1:14 pm, Fishbeadtwo <Fishbead...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Krylon Triple Thick Cystal Clear Glaze # 0500. Can be bought atNeed advise on a NOS back glass I am getting. The seller recommendedIf it is truly NOS then you should do nothing to it. Glasses in the
using a foam brush and doing 3 very light coats with Min Wax
polyurethane. I am leaning towards using a spray product in a plastic
tent type area of the garage to minimize dust from becoming imbedded.
Also , is there a best product to use to /clean/prep for the clear
thanks in advance!
"old" days were damaged due to high heat from the bulbs and being left
on in arcades for 12-15 hours per day- day after day. You need to do
nothing to protect a new glass. It may take 50 years to inflict the
problems which occurred in the heyday of arcades.
Michaels craft stores for about $6.50 per can.
Heat, humidity, temperature flucuations and poor handling can all
contribute to your NOS glass flaking. Something that will surely
occur within the next 50 years!- Hide quoted text -
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For cleaning I'd recommend Windex or other glass cleaner sprayed
heavily onto a soft cloth or paper towel. Clean the back with little
to light pressure. Do not spray the cleaner directly onto the glass.
409 can also work pretty well and Goo Gone will remove any stuck on
adhesive, sticky stuff, etc. without damaging the artwork.
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