[DML] Re: Repairing Glass Scratches
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[DML] Re: Repairing Glass Scratches

If you can catch a fingernail on them you are SOL. If they are not
that deep they can be polished out. Eastwood sells a glass polishing
kit.The scratches are caused by the glass rubbing on the metal in the
door because the strips of velcro fell off when the glue holding them
in place died.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Rob Greenhaw <wylldshark@...> wrote:
> My tollbooth windows have slight scratches on them and I was curious
to know what it is you can use that repairs (fills) the scratches and
removes them?
> Thanks everyone!
> "Rockin" Rob Greenhaw
> Internet Sales Manager
> Hyundai of Decatur
> Office: 256-340-1616 x115
> Cell  : 256-345-8881
> Email : rgreenhaw@...
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