Cleaning Acrylic and Glass
Cleaning Acrylic. Acrylic should be cleaned with clean, lukewarm water and a clean, nonabrasive, noncontaminating cloth. If desired, a mild, nonabrasive detergent may also be used. Use only light pressure when cleaning. If the surface is exceptionally dirty or gritty, "rinse" the surface first by lightly swabbing a saturated cloth over the surface and allowing surfactants to drain away. Avoid rubbing dirt or grit into the surface. Turn the cloth often and replace with a clean cloth frequently. Dry by blotting gently with a clean, dry cloth.
DO NOT USE ketones, aromatics, esters, halogens, window cleaning sprays, alcohol, kitchen scouring compounds, or solvents (such as acetone, benzene, gasoline, carbon tetrachloride, or thinners). Do not use ammonia based cleaning solutions on the acrylic as it will eat into the sheet and cause it to craze.
|Cleaning Glass. Use any normal household glass cleaning product such as Windex to clean your glass. Be careful of overspray and wipe off any that gets on the frame.|
|How do you get scratches out of Acrylic? For light scratches, use a buffing compound such as car wax, using the buffer provided lightly buff the sheet until scratches disappear.|
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