Answer: Many customers have asked this question. But we haven’t seen such a product actually although we have been engaged in the glass industry for over 20 years and often participate in domestic or overseas exhibitions in the industry.
To our knowledge, among all chemical reagents, only hydrofluoric acid can corrode glass easily. And it was once used in the making of anti-reflection glass indeed. However, that technology had been eliminated long before because it was not only too dangerous but also harmful to the environment. That kind of glass is now made in a more scientific and more environmental way. The only chemical method that can react with glass scratches is such chemical reagent as hydrofluoric acid, we think. But peripheries would never escape from the reaction between hydrofluoric acid reacting and glass scratches. Although scratches disappear after corrosion, new marks occur where the liquid flows. For this reason, we think removing glass scratches with a chemical method without affecting peripheries is impossible unless there will be greater breakthroughs in science and technology.