Posts Tagged ‘Marine Glass Scratch repair’

Glass resurfacing polishing video – 1 sq. ft. per minute

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

Here is a time lapse video we did.  It’s very short only because the whole video only took about 13 minutes, including a 1:30 phone call!  We were testing some new polishing pads, backing pads, and polishing compounds (anyone notice the price of cerium oxide lately??)  The speed is definitely up there with our other polishing combinations.  The nice thing is that this isn’t just a partial polishing like other dry grind systems.  This is completely polished out, no haze, no swirls, no distortion. All other dry grind systems are guaranteed to leave swirls and haze after the polishing step.  This is verified by getting down below the repaired area and look up into the light overhead.  If you don’t believe me, check it yourself.  We have received lots of calls from these other dry grind guys and they always want to know how we are able to get these swirls completely out.  There is no other system like ours that is both super fast and able to completely remove all the signs of the grinding and pre polish steps.  We also receive emails from guys asking us what system we are currently using.  We aren’t using any commercially available glass restoration system.   It’s definitely not GlassRenu, GlasWeld, SRP, ScratchHog, GlassGuru, or any other scratched glass repair system – period.  So if anyone tells you otherwise, they’re lying!  If you are interested in seeing a demo on a commercial scratched glass repair project, please call us.  Based in Los Angeles, CA – commercial or specialty jobs performed throughout the US and abroad.  “When your view matters – Call Unscratch The Surface”  888-986-7272

PREVIOUS                                                                                  NEXT

 

 

Yacht Glass Restoration – Hardwater Etched – The “Bear Flag”, Newport Beach, CA

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

Here’s a yacht we did a scratched glass/hard water removal demo on that has scratched and bad water spots pretty much all over the large glass windows.  Its a 63′  yacht/fishing boat.  We did a demo on the worst, most

(more…)