FAQ's

How does the SRPTM Glass Restoration System Work?

The patented SRPTM Glass Restoration System is engineered to remove scratches from virtually any type of glass. Our system uses a vacuum process to hold the machine onto the glass and provides a continuous flow of slurry through the system. The flow of slurry provides a continual source of new abrasives and keeps the glass cool allowing polishing speeds of 6,000 rpms.

What is the difference between the SRPTM Finer and Polisher?

The SRPTM Finer is used for the removal of heavy scratches, including damages caused by a carbide scribe. The SRPTM Finer uses an aggressive abrasive and a metal fining disc to remove the scratch. The SRPTM Polisher is then used to polish the area where the SRPTM Finer was used to restore the clarity of the glass. The SRPTM Polisher can also be used alone for the removal of light scratches, hard water stains, and mineral deposits.

What is “Slurry”?

Slurry refers to a mixture of water and a proprietary mixture of abrasive that is used in the fining and polishing process. Slurry is environmentally friendly.

Can the system be used on tempered glass?

Absolutely, our system actually works very efficiently on tempered glass because of its density. The SRPTM Glass Restoration system works easily well on laminated, curved, plate and mirrored glass. Our system can also be used on virtually any thickness of glass, including single strength.