Remove scratches from acrylic aquariums, spas, and many other plastic and wood surfaces. Use Lifegard Aquatics Scratch Removal Kit on clear and colored acrylics such as Plexiglas, Acrylite, Lucite and Polycast. Restore and enjoy beautiful "new" aquariums without the expense of replacing scratched acrylic aquariums. Molded case contains instructions, eight sheets of progressively graded Crystal Pads, cotton flannel, sanding block and 3/4 oz. Final Polish polishing liquid abrasive.
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|For Acrylic Aquariums, Spas and many other uses:
Instructions for Use
You can use Crystal Pad wet or dry
AQUARIUMS - Scratches inside the acrylic aquariums can be removed under water. Follow the same procedures outlined in the "Instruction for Use" section. The aquarium light should be left ON to determine the work in progress. As a precaution, remove all fish during repair period. Return the fish to the aquarium once the repair has been completed and the abraded particles have settled. Use Crystal Pad 12000 as the final polishing step. NEVER use Final Polish liquid inside the aquarium.
DRY - Crystal Pad is often used dry because of the simplicity in determining when damage or a previous scratch pattern has been removed. Some of the fine abraded particles settle into the scratches and accent the pattern. Lightly wipe the surface with a dry flannel cloth to remove excess particles before checking the scratch pattern. Do not go to the next step until all of the previous scratch pattern or the damage has been removed. You are looking for a uniform, one direction scratch pattern before going to the next grade of Crystal Pad. When Crystal Pad is used dry, you must clear abraded particles frequently. This is best done by slapping the material, while still wrapped on the foam block, against the palm of your hand or on a clean surface nearby.
Care and Maintenance of Acrylic and Plastic
Final Polish liquid polish and anti-static agent will keep surfaces looking beautiful for a long time. Follow directions on label.
Not recommended or intended for use on eye glasses, optical instruments or glass of any kind.