Removing scratches?

Is there any way to remove scratches from glass, so that it cannot be seen? I actually have a couple of nice TV sets with minor scratches on the screen, and I only need them so the scratch isn't obvious. Is there any commercial product available, or can this be done with stuff from around the house?
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Chris F.
When I read your first sentence, my first reaction was to fire the scratch out. Then I read further :-)
The way I understand it, most CRT displays have a protective coat on them. That's probably what's scratched. If the scratches are major, the glass underneath could be scratched, too.
I'd check with a television repair shop to see what they suggest.
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> Is there any way to remove scratches from glass, so that it cannot be seen? > I actually have a couple of nice TV sets with minor scratches on the screen, > and I only need them so the scratch isn't obvious. Is there any commercial > product available, or can this be done with stuff from around the house? >
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Ray
One of the joys of using Gmail is the little sidebar info that each mail generates...next to your post were a list of 'scratch remover' sites. i didn't check this one out, so you should look around and see if it's appropriate for your needs:
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's basically for LCD scratch repair but who knows, maybe it's usefulto you. otherwise, delete it...you have nothing to lose. Good luck,
Arlene
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arlene.carol

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