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NDL    2

Don't ask me how, but I wound up etching a few small scratches on the top of my desk, which is made of glass.

Anyone know what I can use to buff the scratches out?

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Northstar    11

Hmm, I dunno what you could use. Some sort of apoxy compound buffed into the scratches might take them out. I know you can use a buffer to take scratches out of a CD, but I've not heard of doing so on glass.

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Cory Wolfe    263

Oh... somewhat related... :P How do I make my headlights look all pretty? As in fix how they're somewhat pitted in places and have scratches here and there. Doesnt really effect their functionability, but I want them to look pretty, ya know? :D

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z28luvr01    170

BV, I'm sure you could do it with a buff ball on a drill and some polishing compound. I'm not sure how to do glass though. You might be able to wetsand it out and use a really high speed buffer and some glass-specific compound, if there is such a thing.

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NDL    2

Thanks all, for your replies. Actually, I remember reading about a mildly abrasive 3M product, that removes scratches from glass...we'll see what the local Pep Boys has tomorrow...

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capriceman    0

Or you could make one big scratch somewhere eles and then you wont think about the smaller scratches.

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I'm in a glass case of emotion!

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