Posted pics below thanksPost a pic and you can get a more definitive answer...at least from me! : )
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thank you for the help!!you’ll need to get down under that initial scratched layer... I’ve done similar to old Slingerland and Ludwig sparkle wraps though not as badly damaged as yours. I used an orbital buffer with abralon polishing pads (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PZF3FS8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_PDXANWHJBTSVXBTCKNDM) They’re actually made for polishing bowling balls but work great on drum wrap (I’m sure automotive pads would work as well, I just happened to have these around my shop). I started with the 500 with some compound, and worked my way up to the 4000. For your level of damage I’d start more aggressive with the 360. Followed by a coat of wax... they were smooth and glassy and it even got rid of the orange peel on the old wrap, they looked better than new.
HOWEVER, an issue I ran into, and one I think you’ll experience in even greater amounts is, the polishing compound/auto wax I used got into the joints between the wrap and the wrap plugs I made on some filled holes, and was a nightmare to clean out. It left a white residue behind and made the plugs stand out. Your wrap, with the multiple stripes, will certainly have that issue. I guess maybe try and find some compound or polish that doesn’t leave behind white residue. Or, just expect it and plan for it.