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Old 07-16-2012, 08:42 AM   #1 
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Removing scratches from a plastic tank?

I have a 5.5 mini bow that is scratched on the front...it's not bad but it makes the water look foggy. I took the tank down and was wondering if they is anyway to safely remove the scratches/haze look? I'd like to set it up for a betta in my daughters bedroom.
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Old 07-16-2012, 10:01 AM   #2 
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Dymax makes a polishing cloth specially for their acrylic tanks.. one side will remove small scratches, the other side buffs the acrylic smooth again. It's pretty cool, though it dries out hard and you have to wet it to use it.

I have a plastic tank as well, as the cloth for cleaning that. Dunno about scuffs, but it sure makes the plastic shine.
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I'll look into those. Thanks!
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