Glass polishing

What are the best polishing agents in order to remove scratches from windshield glass surfaces? Are the inorganic fluorides and their mixtures effective in doing this?

Guest User
Fri, 21/06/2002 - 09:00

I am familiarized with a procedure in which special liquid resins are used to filled the scratches and then a small ultraviolet lamp is held over causing resin to become solid. However you will be able to find more detailed information on this site http://www.glassfix.com/ Hope I was helpful.

Guest User
Fri, 21/06/2002 - 12:06

Reply to [B]Sven[/B]:

I am familiarized with a procedure in which special liquid resins are used to filled the scratches and then a small ultraviolet lamp is held over causing resin to become solid. However you will be able to find more detailed information on this site http://www.glassfix.com/ Hope I was helpful.
You were certainly very helpful. Thanks a lot.

Guest User
Tue, 09/09/2003 - 06:09

Reply to [B]Tecpar[/B]:

What are the best polishing agents in order to remove scratches from windshield glass surfaces? Are the inorganic fluorides and their mixtures effective in doing this?

Are you still looking for a solution? I sell a kit which enables you to polish the scratches on car and architectural glass. I have been selling the kit for over 10 years in England. You can e mail me on
peter_cornwell@lineone.net
Kind Regards
Peter

Guest User
Mon, 12/04/2004 - 15:33

Got a web page now to look at for this problem,
http://www.scratchrepair.co.uk
Kind Regards
Peter

Guest User
Mon, 21/05/2007 - 09:37

Hi, I guess for future readers like myself:
Check out http://www.novusglassrestoration.com

polishing clean at 6,000 rpm!

Guest User
Sun, 27/05/2007 - 22:25

Hi Forum
Please have a look at www.glasstechnics.co.uk for a complete 'distortion free' scratch removal and polishing system.

Guest User
Tue, 05/06/2007 - 08:06

What you need is some Cerium oxide and Cerium Fluoride which you can procure from www.rcmpa.com . This company is located in India and supplies the fluorides chlorides and the oxides of rare earths . They also have ready made products for your use

Guest User
Tue, 07/04/2009 - 15:44

try going to gtglass.co.uk for all of your glass repair and polishing problems

Guest User
Sat, 18/04/2009 - 16:18

Have a look at http://www.glasstechnics.co.uk or directly to the glass scratch removal page on that website http://www.glasstechnics.co.uk/scratchremoval.html for a distortion free system which would be essential for automotive glass

Guest User
Sat, 18/04/2009 - 23:11

Any type of polishing system that removes material is not distortion free. Any one that claims there system is distortion free is lying to you. You can not grind a scratch out without grinding it to its lowest level in the window. And when you do this you distort the window. There is no magical molecule replacement system. The only people making money in scratch repair are the ones selling their products to people that have never polished a piece of glass. HTH

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