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    Glass repair?

    one of my cabs has some scratches in the glass, does anybody have a product or home remedy they use to repair glass scratches?

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    baking soda usually can do the job, depending on the scratch

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    Nothing but deep scratches on arcade glass usually, key marks and stuff like that. Take it to a glass shop, either they buff it out or they can cut you a new piece, not that expensive really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Jaguar View Post
    Nothing but deep scratches on arcade glass usually, key marks and stuff like that. Take it to a glass shop, either they buff it out or they can cut you a new piece, not that expensive really.
    second this. If it's just flat glass, most hardware stores will cut you a new piece to size for very cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awbacon View Post
    second this. If it's just flat glass, most hardware stores will cut you a new piece to size for very cheap.
    cool, thanks guys I didn't want to end up paying a ton to get a replacement so it's good to know that when I replace it it'll be cheap

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    Yup, a glass shop can replace that piece instantly, if you want it tempered it might take a day or two if you live in a big city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeuroticMoose View Post
    cool, thanks guys I didn't want to end up paying a ton to get a replacement so it's good to know that when I replace it it'll be cheap
    I got like a 2 foot x 4 foot piece cut for a 70's pachinko machine I restored...think I paid $8 in Chicago (city prices)

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