Since then we have regularly and consistently improved the process in both speed and quality. It seems that almost every other glass restoration project we find ourselves on, we discover some aspect of the glass restoration process that can be improved in some way. Having a background in Biology and Chemistry certainly helps. Whenever polishing scratched glass with any kind of cerium oxide based polishing compounds, there are chemical and physical properties involved. Many have noticed that, after a few days to a few weeks after glass has been polished with any kind of cerium oxide, a haze will reappear on the glass. It can be removed by thoroughly cleaning the glass with an aggressive non scratching pad but still may appear for awhile. This is from the chemical reaction that continues to occur with the cerium oxide and the silica in the glass. We have now discovered a way to neutralize the chemical reaction as soon as we have completed the polishing process, thereby eliminating the recurring haze that all others invariably do see when they complete their polishing. Part of this haze is also due to the fact that most others are polishing on a speed too low to get a highly polished finish on a glass surface that has had it's surface molecules ripped apart. Anyone understanding the polishing process would know that abraded glass must be polished on a higher speed so the glass molecules can actually be "slid" back together, thereby giving the glass it's sheen and reducing any future haze from returning. If someone leaves swirls and visible haze upon completion, further haze is guaranteed to soon return.
We have recently developed some new improvements to a hand held machine polishing glass resurfacing system. The improvements have led to a significant decrease in glass resurfacing and scratch removal rates. For example, our test window was tempered and completely scratched. The size was approximately 3' x 6' or 18 sq. ft. One man was able to remove all the glass scratches and completely polish on high speed until the glass was actually quite slippery and smooth within 35 minutes, or about .5 sq. ft/ minute! That equates to about 30 sq. ft. per hour with one person doing all the glass restoration steps involved. Now with two people working together, the rate of glass scratch removal increases, not by 200% but by about 225-250%! Truly a dramatic increase.
Now jobs that used to be a two man job have suddenly become a one man job, even though they involve complete glass resurfacing. Suddenly scratched glass repair has just become considerably easier. Additionally one of the other scratched glass repair improvements involves the flatness of the finished glass resurfacing process. Whereas in the past, we had noticed occasionally one of the newer guys would be able to get the scratched glass polished back to clear, it would have a certain "bumpy" appearance to it. We also noticed this same appearance on other glass restoration jobs. We solved this problem too with the advent of our new polishing pads and newest polishing formula. Therefore, we look forward to perfectly restoring and resurfacing many more scratched glass windows and doors in the future, but just in less time! And as they say, "time is money" so we don't have to charge nearly as much as the other scratched glass guys out there and still deliver a far superior result. Please contact Unscratch the Surface Inc whenever you discover large areas of scratched glass on your large commercial construction project or your beautiful house with its amazing views. We are one of the only companies able to truly and flawlessly fix scratched glass and restore your glass to a better than new condition in a fraction of the time the other guys will need to even get close to the quality we can deliver. "When Your View Matters - Call Unscratch The Surface Inc!" Based in Southern California - Larger commercial, custom home, and specialty jobs performed throughout US - 888-986-7272
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Proprietary glass restoration service company unequaled in speed or quality. Inventors and patent holders of unique scratched glass repair process. No one can duplicate our process. Easily the fastest glass resurfacing company in the US and possibly the world. We regularly have inquiries from the US and abroad about sharing our process since even from our pictures of the type of glass restoration projects we complete, we are doing something very very different.