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Re: Deposits on Glass
There is a product made for 'filling' scratches in camera and eyeglass lenses
that might work for hazed glass (assuming it's not some kind of deposit). I
believe it's an acrylic suspension that you wipe onto the glass, let sit for a
couple of minutes and then wipe off and buff. The acrylic fills even
microscopic etchings and hardens.
I've seen this do amazing things for scratched eyeglasses; the scratches are
rendered completely invisible, and it's fairly permanent.
I don't know anything about its toxicity, but it might be worth experimenting
with on some 'disposable' flora/fauna.
The stuff is a little hard to find; check optometrists and camera stores. It
costs about $10 for a tiny bottle, but a little goes a long way.