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Re: Repair/restoration of broken tubular glass

Posted By: Peter Dale <PeterCDale@wmconnect.com> (cache-dr04.proxy.aol.com)
Date: 11/9/3 00:51

In Response To: Re: Repair/restoration of broken tubular glass (denise)

Denise,at times a sticky or oily finger print can cause the frost to look clearish.Test this by touching the frost with a little water on your finger tip. If it looks clear till it drys then the above may be the problem.Wipe the area with a dab of dish soap and water.rinse and dry.If it dosn't go away then the spot may be stronger like a glue spot. You'll have to experiment with something stronger to get it off. Your discription is frosted glass ,make certain it isn't "painted " on before using anything stronger. Ifv its truly frosted almost any chemical that will not etch glass can be used.

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