Scratches In Glass How To Remove

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  1. TrophyHead

    TrophyHead Active Member

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    Can I remove scratches in glass? On my sunroof there is a few really light scratches I would like and try to remove. Any products out there I can us to make it look better?
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    mikestang63 Mustang Master

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    Jewelers rouge. They use it to remove scratches from watch bezels.
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    TrophyHead Active Member

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    Thanks any idea where I may be able to purchase this stuff?
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    mikestang63 Mustang Master

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    Eastwoood, Harbor Freight. Home Depot, Amazon
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    Shakerhood Well-Known Member

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    Eastwood has alot of different scratched glass removing items.
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    good tip mike, i never knew that worked and need to hit my windshield on my other car to clean up some fine scratches
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    use in the same way as polishing aluminum?
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    mikestang63 Mustang Master

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    I use a buffing pad like for waxing a car.
  9. 85_SS_302_Coupe

    85_SS_302_Coupe it sucks (I know) to be on the receiving end

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    You may try calling a local glass place or find an auto restoration shop near you. I know a lot of guys have original glass buffed when restoring cars, especially glass that's either not remanufactured or hard to find.
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    I remember water being used to keep the glass cool during the buffing process. It is a mess if your wipers scratch the windshield.
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