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scratched TV screen

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by rich tee, Oct 14, 2005.

  1. rich tee

    rich tee
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    My little two year old churub has given my Tosh ZP18Q a scratch on the screen.
    If I run my fingernail across it it catches in it.
    Is there anything I can do.
    Sensible answers please guys. LOL

    :rolleyes:
     
  2. DRGL

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    You can get polishing pasts to take scratches out of car windscreens. Trouble is it can make thinsg worse as the light get's refracted in the area of polishing. If it's bad i guess you have nothibg to loose...........
     
  3. Tight Git

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    This has been covered many times.

    (Seems there are a lot of two year old cherubim about. :rotfl: )

    Suggest you do a search.

    Happy polishing! :smashin:
     
  4. rich tee

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    Thanks chaps,
    I did do a search on it b4 I posted but nothing really came up.
    I'll look again beyond the first page.
     
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    Simple, speak to your local glazier. Im sure theyd recommend a product. Its only glass after all.
     
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    richtea try the local jewerlers the rouge they have used for years gets marks
    and scrathes from glass watch lens etc its also used in the motor industry on
    winscreens i know i have used it
     

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