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The drivers side window on my 69 Malibu has a lot of scratches on it from being rolled up and down against the dried and dirty window felt. I have replaced the felt but have wondered if there was anything I could to to lessen the look of the scratches.
 

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Eastwood's has a glass polish that will take out scratches that aren't deep enough to catch your fingernail.

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I have never tried it myself, but jewelers rouge is supposed to work well for things like wiper scratches.You should be able to pick some up at a jewelry store. I would try it on an old piece of glass first.
 

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I found the best thing to use was a hammer. Not one scratch remained after one application.


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Okay, I am going to be a Guinie (sp?) pig here and go get some of that jewelers rouge and try it on and old wind shield. Will let you know how it works
 

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Well I went to a local goldsmith and he gave me 2 types of polish.I went down to a friends wrecking yard and found a car with wiper scrathes. Niether polish worked. Seems the only one with the answer is redrum.
 

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The Eastwood product will work on fine scratches on the windshield only. The windshield is laminated glass, two pieces bonded together.Itis(softer) glass the the tempered side glass.

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