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    Hi guys,iv got a big scratch across the windscreen where i must have got a small stone caught in it. Is very fine but at the same time very noticeable. Can these be removed or is a new windscreen on the cards?
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    - wouldnt mind knowing this myself

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    Forgot to add it was caught in the wipers so its all the way across the windscreen.

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    not 100% certain but I think its just chips that can be filled, scratch is not a crack but if its in your line of vision I'd imagine it would be an MOT failure?

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    yeah i thought that.

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    Depending on how deep it is T-cut do a glass polish which is quite good. Failing that try some of the windscreen guys for a solution

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    You can buff them with jewellers rouge , like a rubbing compound for glass.
    Ask your local windscreen repairer.
    You could get it replaced if you have windscreen cover by paying the excess , normally £50 or £60 if your fully comp.

    Or try this - http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-Windscreen...1%7C240%3A1318
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    A glass fine abrasive polish gets fine scratch's out,
    better to use an electric polisher though, takes some
    elbow grease to move the smallest of marks ! !

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    ok cheers guys

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