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    I have a few scratches on my drivers door window from the previous owner which I fancy sorting. Has anyone used anything effective to deal with scratches on glass?

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    Not sure if anyone will come up with anything that actually works with window scratches, I had some on my previous car and couldn't get rid of them, tried all sorts of methods and nothing seemed to work

    Are they deep, can you feel them with your finger nail?

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    yes,.. look like someone with a ring has tried wiping the glass and caught it quite deep.
    Hard to take a pic of a glass scratch, hope it's visible as this was taken with my phone.
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    i have heard brasso can remove small marks from glass

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    thanks antowens,.. i'll give that a bash

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    Watching with interest, my boss just got him self a mk6 astra, about a year old, its mint apart from a couple of scratches on the passenger side window, he wants rid of them lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chewy71 View Post
    thanks antowens,.. i'll give that a bash
    i know one of my mate uses it on his watch face to get rid off light scrathes as i say dont think it works if they are deep

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    Jewellers rouge is what the pros use to remove scratches from glass. If it's a deep scratch though, no amount of polishing will get rid of it.

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    It might be cheaper to pick up a new glass from the scrappy than spending a fortune on polishes that don't work Chewy

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    only gonna pop to me mammies to try the brasso, failing that the scratch will be staying!!

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