Remove scratches from plastic by cleaning the surface and buffing out the scratch with brass cleaner on a microfiber cloth and then cleaning the surrounding area with a vinegar-and-water mixture. Additional applications may be necessary depending on how deep the scratch is.Know More
Clean the plastic with dishwashing detergent, water and a clean towel. Rinse completely and repeat until all dirt, grime and oils are removed. Dry the plastic, or allow it to air-dry.
Put on a pair of goggles, and open the windows to ventilate the area well. Then apply some brass cleaner to the clean microfiber towel, and begin rubbing it in circular motions on the scratch.
Using a clean towel, wipe off any excess cleaner, and inspect the area to ensure the scratch is gone.
If you still notice the scratch, apply more brass cleaner to the microfiber towel, and rub it on the area again. This time, use more pressure than you did before. Continue until the scratch is no longer noticeable.
Clean the plastic around the scratched area with a paper towels and a vinegar-and-water mixture, without getting the solution on the scratch.
Removing scratches from a chrome surface entails applying polish to an extremely fine steel wool pad, then sanding the scratch from the surface. Use red jewelers rouge or a chrome polish for this project, as well as a soft cloth or #000 steel wool pad. Use this process only for light scratches on the surface of the chrome.Full Answer >
Shallow scratches can be covered up by rubbing the stainless steel with a non-metallic, abrasive cleaning pad, such as a Scotch Brite pad, in line with the polishing pattern of the steel. Deeper scratches typically remain unaffected by the abrasive pad, and may require professional attention.Full Answer >
To remove shallow scratches from glass, apply a commercial solution, such as metal or nail polish, or create a home remedy with toothpaste and baking soda. For deeper scratches, buff out the damage with cerium oxide and a polishing wheel attached to a drill or dremel tool.Full Answer >
Manually buffing the scratch with a wool polishing pad can remove scratches from glass; using an electric buffer on medium speed is also an option. Buffing is done with cerium oxide or jeweler's rouge. Manual buffing requires gentle motions and rubbing against the scratch to avoid breaking the glass.Full Answer >