How to Remove Scratches From Glass Top Dining Table

How to Remove Scratches From Glass Top Dining Table

Often we notice that there are scratches on the special glass top dining table, even if we care about it very much, but these scratches appear continuously.

We should be getting rid of them and cleaned if they appear on the table glass. The normal cleaning using dirt remover and glass polish does not remove, but May make it worse.

If you found a scratch smaller than the width of a fingernail on your glass top dining table, you can remove it by using one of these methods such as:

1. Polishing with Toothpaste

You’ll need:

  1. A tube of toothpaste
  2. Damp cloth

Now following these steps:

  1. Wash off the table glass by using a clean damp cloth, Learn how to clean glass top dining table
  2. Let the glass tabletop dry
  3. Damp a clean cloth with water, and then squeeze the cloth out of the water
  4. Pressure a point of toothpaste onto the clean cloth
  5. Put the toothpaste on the scratched part of the glass.
  6. Place the cloth on the scratched part
  7. Move the clean cloth in a short circular movement for 28 seconds
  8. Repeat this process until Remove Scratches from Glass
  9. Take the wet cloth and pass it over the glass.

2. Buffing with Metal Polish

You’ll need:

  1. A tube of metal Polish
  2. A clean cloth
  3. A cotton ball

Now following these steps:

  1. Using a clean damp cloth to clean the glass tabletop from any debris.
  2. Leave the glass tabletop to dry
  3. Wrap a cotton ball around your finger.
  4. Put the Polish on a cotton ball around your finger.
  5. Place the cotton ball on the scratched part
  6. Move the cotton ball in short circular movement for 35 seconds
  7. Use the wet clean cloth and pass it over the polished area to remove the metal polish.

Warnings:

  1. Don’t put too much polish, because this can lead to additional scratches.
  2. In the case of using cloth instead of a cotton ball, you should make sure that it won’t leave fibers on the glass.

3. Abrading with Baking Soda

You’ll need:

  1. Baking soda
  2. A clean microfiber cloth
  3. A bowl
  4. Some of water

Now the following steps:

  1. Wash off the glass tabletop by using a clean damp cloth
  2. Place equal parts from baking soda and water in a bowl and mix them until it becomes a paste
  3. Put the paste of the mix on the scratched area in the glass.
  4. Place the cloth on the scratched part
  5. Move the clean cloth in a short circular movement for 28 seconds
  6. Repeat this process until Remove Scratches from Glass
  7. Wash the glass to remove all the baking soda paste
  8. Dry the glass with a clean cloth.

4. Using Nail Polish on Isolated Scratches

You’ll need:

  1. A bottle of Nail Polish
  2. nail polish remover
  3. A clean cloth

Now the following steps:

  1. Use a clean damp cloth or glass cleaner to clean the glass tabletop from any debris.
  2. Leave the glass tabletop to dry
  3. Open a Nail Polish bottle
  4. Dip the applicator into the nail polish.
  5. Scrub the applicator over the scratch.
  6. Leave the nail polish for an hour to dry.
  7. After an hour come back to remove the polish with a microfiber cloth.
  8. Spread the nail polish remover over the scratched part.
  9. Wipe the surface of the glass with the cloth. And make sure that you removed all the nail polish.

5. Polishing with Jewelers rouge

You’ll need:

  1. Jewelers rouge
  2. Safety goggles
  3. Glass polishing
  4. Dust mask
  5. Warm water
  6. Rubber gloves
  7. Spray bottle of water
  8. paper towel

Following these steps:

  1. Wash off the table glass by using a clean damp cloth
  2. Let the glass table dry, in order to make sure the scratches are clear and you can see them easily
  3. Wear protective tools (Safety goggles, Dust mask, Rubber gloves)
  4. Use the electric buffer and set it at medium speed (2000-2500 RPM). Depending on how bad the scratches are, use the course pad initially. Work your way through the pads, being through. Spray water regularly to avoid overheating. A word of advice – using a course pad unnecessarily will create a lot of unnecessary work. Be careful not to exert too much pressure on the glass tabletop while buffing, because the glass may be weak because of these scratches and you don’t want to adventure cracking it.
  5. Put Cerium Oxide (Jewelers rouge) on the scratched area and Glass polishing. As an optional finishing touch if required, Use our Glass Polishing compound.

6. Ask for help from someone who specializes in glass repair

You should be prepared to take the glass tabletop for professional reform. Although these methods may remove scratches from your glass, there are cases where it is better to ask for professional intervention. Such as:

  1. If scratching is deep and substantial from the start.
  2. If you try some suggested methods and do not succeed.
  3. If you think that scratching is more than a minor scratch or maybe a fracture or other form of fracture.
  4. If the glass holds weight or is an integral part of a structure, it may be scratching, so be careful about your safety first and try an expert to fix it.
  5. If the glass is of great value, very old or fragile.
  6. If you are not sure, simply continue with any approach you have taken.

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