Scratches on a car window can be removed with the use of a polishing compound, which should be applied in a circular motion to fill in minor imperfections. Discover why a buffer may be needed to get rid of deep scratches with help from the manager of an auto service shop in this free video on car maintenance.
Okay, today we're going to attempt at removing some of the minor scratches in the window. What we're doing here today is what anyone can do at their house provided it's not on a totally professional basis. Okay, we're going to get the polishing compound on the applicator, starting at the top and going on a swirl motion. We're trying to fill in some of the minor imperfections in the scratches working in a circular motion. At this point, we're simply going to take a rug and wipe off the compound leaving a nice clean window. For deeper scratches that this is not as effective on, you may have to upgrade to a buffer and special chemicals that's specifically design to remove scratches from windows for professional repair.