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Hello People

I got a nice scratch on my screen caused by the wiper (previous owner obviously didn't know how to clean a car)

Here is the offending scratch which arcs from top to bottom:


Whats the best way to sort this out

The research i've done comes up with rayon pads and ceriglass, what is the best size pads to use on a rotary? And is there anything else i can try to remove the scratch?

Cheers

Shane
 

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Rayon pads and ceriglass definitely remove wiper haze, so I'd imagine they'd remove that too. That's from someone not changing wipers and having the metal scratch the glass.

Go with a 5inch.
Glass requires quite a bit more pressure than paint, and a faster speed. When the polish starts to dry a bit, spray some water on it, ceriglass has a real long work time, you just keep adding water to it.

Make sure you tape up the window rubbers though, it's almost impossible to get off.
 

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Rayon pads and ceriglass definitely remove wiper haze, so I'd imagine they'd remove that too. That's from someone not changing wipers and having the metal scratch the glass.

Go with a 5inch.
Glass requires quite a bit more pressure than paint, and a faster speed. When the polish starts to dry a bit, spray some water on it, ceriglass has a real long work time, you just keep adding water to it.

Make sure you tape up the window rubbers though, it's almost impossible to get off.
i was then looking to buy a 5" back plate for such occasion

Shane
 
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