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Old 05-18-2017, 02:16 PM   #1
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I am redoing my windows, I am on the last window only to find out that the glass has some pitting in the glass as if an acid etching liquid has been dropped on it, at first I thought it was bird droppings but it is etched into the glass, has anyone had any experience with glass polishing?
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I used this stuff to good effect. It will depend on how bad your windows are. I know there are many other glass polishing products as well.

http://shop.mrhardwater.com/Glass-Po...ution-Tips.htm
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I've had good luck removing scratches from auto glass during restorations by just using a combination of liquid metal polish, and progressively finer swirl removers. Deep pitting would probably be hard to completely remove as your actually removing material from the process. You could weaken the glass by taking too much away when you polish.
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