How to Remove Glass Scratches I

When you find out that your glassware is ruined by little ugly scratches, do not get worried – you can remove scratches from glass yourself. The proposed methods will be working for mirrors, windows, windscreens and coffee tables alike.

Follow the instructions of the best London cleaning companies for tools and materials needed. Here is the list: cerium oxide, electric buffer with polishing pad (lambs wool), P1500 abrasive paper, household ammonia, warm water, spray bottle, lint-free cloth or paper towel, rubber gloves, safety goggles, dust mask.

Step 1 – Assess the Damage

First, you will need to assess the amount of damage to decide the best course to take in successfully removing the scratches. To ascertain whether or not the scratch is too deep for you to repair yourself, try placing your fingernail into it. If this can be done, it will mean that the scratch is too deep and you will need obtain the help of a professional.

Alternatively, if you can’t get your fingernail into the scratch, you will probably be able to tackle the job yourself. If the scratch covers a tiny area, such as that of an iPod screen or the face of a wristwatch, you can buff the scratch with a polishing pad by hand. The disadvantage of not using an electric buffer is that it takes much more energy to buff the scratch out and the results can be less impressive.

As already mentioned, these tips are provided by professional London cleaners. The best companies will make sure that your glassware, along with anything delicate will be safe and well maintained.

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September 3, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


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