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The glass polish as sold by "Frost" works very well,you only need the small packet as it last a long time.

You do need a power polisher with a foam head, the figure of 8 oscillating types are the best as the rotary ones send it everywhere
 
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The glass polish as sold by "Frost" works very well,you only need the small packet as it last a long time.

You do need a power polisher with a foam head, the figure of 8 oscillating types are the best as the rotary ones send it everywhere
do power tools have to be used, or a good bit of elbow grease could do the job:D
 

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do power tools have to be used, or a good bit of elbow grease could do the job:D

That would be very hard work, even if you could,,the little sanders that go to a point on the bed are good and cost under £10
 

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Yes that would do,, a battery drill would not be fast enough, and it would have to be mains powered.
 
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another product available is jewllars rouge, this will however require elbow grease, but it works
 

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Yes that would do,, a battery drill would not be fast enough, and it would have to be mains powered.

A rotary buffer is used with jewellers rouge and it does around 120 rpm !
the wheel has to be soaked with water when in use else it will make more scratches..
Excessive use in one area will put a dip in the glass as it grinds it away but the glass will remain perfectly clear.
As stated in previous post, it can be used with a water soaked cloth and elbow grease but will take a while.
 

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I keep reading about 'Elbow Grease' where can one purchase a tin or jar;)
 

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they were THROWING it in with the deal since their elbow was so well lubed!
 

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They were counterfeit!
Genuine elbow grease is very hard to find these days.

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i wasnt aware that theyd managed to copy it yet!!
 
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