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    Re: Glass polishing - How to remove scratches in glass

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Harrod AUTOCLEAN View Post

    Mike, I have a glass polishing job coming up and I'm trying to scramble to get the stuff together on time for the job.

    Can I get the link for the 5 inch interface pads?
    They can be a tick difficult to find if you don't know the manufacturer or how they spell the name.

    Innerflex



    Here's link

    Griots Garage BOSS 5.5 inch Innerflex Pad


    I believe other companies do spell it like you did above, that is,

    Interface




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    Re: Glass polishing - How to remove scratches in glass

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Phillips View Post
    They can be a tick difficult to find if you don't know the manufacturer or how they spell the name.

    Innerflex



    Here's link

    Griots Garage BOSS 5.5 inch Innerflex Pad


    I believe other companies do spell it like you did above, that is,

    Interface



    Thanks Mike! I'll purchace that one in the future. I believe I got a 3M interface / innerflex pad to get me through my job.

    My rotary batteries couldn't keep up. I ended up going through all 4 of them and I had to stop and wait for them to charge.

    I have two battery chargers.

    Talk about a job. I was really tired afterwards.

    The scratches on that glass were caused by scraping the glass with a spatula after a snow storm.

    I was able to get it looking a little better. I believe I buffed for at least 30 minutes on each quadrant.

    Here's a link to a video I made.
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    The glass still had some deeper scratches, but it did look much better, and I believe the customer was happy.

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