Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate

Anyone who knows me understands I have issues with glass flaws almost as much as bad goo flow or cloudiness. I know there are threads already here on this subject but would be interested to know who has had success in getting scratches and scuffs polished out or reduced in appearance and what was used. Susan sent me a few tips and claims whitening toothpaste works well. Anyone?

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I'm magic, Trev.   Invisibility poses no problem for moi........LOL

Invisible glass sounds good to me. Better to see all that gooey goodness my dear :)

Marley's Ghost said:

I'm magic, Trev.   Invisibility poses no problem for moi........LOL

http://www.invisibleglass.com  gonna have to pick up the wipes on my next target run

Thank you for posting that link, Phil.   I'm going to give this "Invisible Glass" a try.  I have some bird's-eye cotton cloths that are virtually lint free, which I believe will work great with this product.

Has anyone tryed any of these methods yet?

I use oil to make the haze on the outside not show.  Furniture oil, silicone spray, wd40 stuff like that.

Metallica Fluidium man Trevor said:

Has anyone tryed any of these methods yet?

Awesome! I have a few globes with the haze at the bottom where the globe bulges out. I have a few Century globes with minor scratches... I think I will try the tooth paste method first for those
 
Jus said:

I use oil to make the haze on the outside not show.  Furniture oil, silicone spray, wd40 stuff like that.

Metallica Fluidium man Trevor said:

Has anyone tryed any of these methods yet?

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