Glass Scratch Removal Without Distortion
Our unique scratch removal process is unlike any other!
Our Glasweld G Force system creates conditions that cause the glass to flow back into the scratch eliminating any evidence of it with no distortion.
The G Force system uses high speed high torque type drill combined with a specialy developed pad and nontoxic compound as the medium to create movement and flow of the glass molecules to flow back into the scratch. During the process, the void fills in from the bottom, so the width of the scratch remains the same untill the last seconds of the process.
This process can be used on all types of glass damage, scratches, water stains, acid etching, paint over spray and it also effectivly removes metal on glass damage caused by paint scrapers and windshield wipers.
The G Force system can remove damage from all types of glass, including tempered, annealed, laminated, windshields, bulletproof and even curved glass and mirrors.
G Force non-abrasive compound and polishing pads, so it won't leave a low spot in the glass that causes distortion (unlike other systems that grind the glass down to the depth of the scratch) We Know that visible distortioin is not acceptable. Regardless of the depth of the scratch, our system has been independantly tested and proven to produce distortion-free results that you and your customers can count on.
Our Service area includes the Golden Horseshoe from Toronto to Niagara Falls, Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Guelph areas.
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