New member shout out to Ben for referring me here.
While waiting on my primary mirror to come back from majestic I was trying to clean some haze on the inside of the corrector which looked like it had the same haze you get on your cars interior windshield from the off-gassing of the plastics/sunshade and what not.
Well turns out even after using distilled water, brand new pec pads, gloves and as much gentleness I could muster it's now much worse. Are the coatings just old and ruined at this point? (they certainly were for the primary). I also did this in-situ thinking I'd only remove it all if I felt I really needed to get something out of the far edges.
I called Cumberland earlier this week in as I figured I may as well recoat this too as well and they said that they "do not provide recoating services to questar end users" point blank. Which is contrary to what I've read here and what I've been told so I'm very much confused.
At any rate, what am I to do aside from banging my head against a wall?
Edited by iflyforfood, 31 July 2020 - 05:22 PM.