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  • Avoid any cleaning products with ammonia as it will eat through the surface and leave it looking cloudy.
  • Other cleaners that should be avoided include ketones, halogens, window cleaners, kitchen scouring compounds, aromatics and solvents such as thinners, acetone, gasoline, benzene and tetrachloride. Any cleaner that is abrasive or strong enough to eat through the surface should be avoided.
  • If the surface of acrylic glass is scratched, use a car wax or other buffing compound to remove them. Apply the wax and use the supplied buffer to buff until the scratches are removed.
  1. Begin by determining how strong of a cleaning solution is needed by observing the amount of dirt present.
  2. If there is just a small amount of dust, then water is sufficient. If there is more significant dirt build up, such as outside-facing windows, then you may wish to mix in a mild, non-abrasive detergent with the water.
  3. If the surface has just a small amount of dirt, use a soft cloth moistened with water to gently wipe it away. Turn the cloth often to keep a clean side on the glass. It’s important to avoid rubbing the dirt on the surface because it can cause more scratching.
  4. For more significant amounts of dirt, use a cloth that is very wet with water. Gently swab the cloth on the surface and allow the water to lift the dirt and “rinse” it away.
  5. Once most of the dirt has been removed with the water, use a second cloth to clean the glass using the same technique described in step 3.

Acrylic glass can easily become scratched on the surface from harsh cleaners and scrubbers. These cleaners produce small scratches on the surface of the glass, resulting in a cloudy look. Once the damage has been done, it is difficult to undo it. However, it is possible to prevent if from worsening. Here are the proper cleaning techniques for acrylic glass

  • Water
  • Non-abrasive/non-contaminating cloth
  • Mild, non-abrasive cleaner
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