I need a homemade way to remove scratches in a glass table top.
By Holly from Lancaster, WI
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I have a glass coffee table. How do you fix scratches on it? Some are deep, others not so much. Please help. Thank you.
Bev from Northbrook, IL
You can buy a product at the auto parts store that is used to fill chips in windshields. That would work well on your table. I can't remember the name, but if you describe it, they will know exactly what you want! (11/27/2007)
The easiest way to hide scratches in glass is to etch a design over it.See http://www.armourproducts.com (01/10/2005)
Have you considered that lens scratch repair stuff they sell for eyeglasses? I can't remember the name off hand, but you can get it at places like Walmart and Kmart.
If it works, you're all set. If not, you can still etch over it.
I use Johnson's Pledge (furniture polish) for my eye glasses, you could try that, may have to use several coats. (01/11/2005)
I have the same problem. I found this site through google and may order their Do-It-Yourself kit if there are no other hints forthcoming.
About toothpaste, you have to make sure it's the white kind, and the cheaper the better.
If you have a steady hand, and some patience, you can use a toothpick or pin, and dab some super glue in scratches. (Make sure you clean the scratch area first with alcohol.) If you make a mistake and have a little runover, it comes off with nail polish remover. I've done this on glass doors where there was a scratch from something hitting it. Could be worth a shot. Good luck! (02/22/2005)
Use nail polish dude and remove the excess with acetone. lates (04/25/2006)
We can help by supplying a DIY glass scratch removal kit. Please visit http://www.glasstechnics.co.uk or contact email@example.com Many Thanks. (10/24/2006)
By Tony Monk