Easy glass scratch removal
Cero-gel from Bohle removes small marks and scratches on glass left behind by lifting equipment used during the installation process, or by the glass handling equipment in the glass processing factory.
According to Bohle, the microscopic imperfections in glass can attract dirt, including particles deposited by vacuum lifting cups, which can be a source of customer complaint.
“Trying to remove these marks can cause a real headache for customers,” said Bohle’s MD, Dave Broxton said. “Cero-gel, developed and produced by Bohle, is a cerium oxide polishing paste, which is designed to remove surface contamination such as limescale, cement marks or silicone, as well as light scratches.”
Cero-gel was developed specifically for the window and glass industry. It is designed for easy use, packaged in a small aerosol and can be applied to vertical glass surfaces without dripping. Surface contamination can usually be removed with a damp microfibre cloth, but for scratches a drill-mounted felt polishing bob is most effective.
Cero-gel is also suitable for ceramics and stone, and it contains no irritants or corrosive ingredients
When something stronger than Cero-gel is required, Bohle XtraClean removes more stubborn surface contamination quickly and easily, including limescale from glass showers, concretion on glass processing machines, and grinding residues, especially from satin-finished glass. It is especially good for removing burnt-in stains on hobs and oven doors but equally at home removing graffiti, flash rust, silicone residue, oil and grease deposits.
Like Cero-gel, XtraClean can simply be applied using a damp microfibre cloth. Higher temperatures will release more essential oils making the product go even further.
To avoid marks from the outset, the Veribor lifting equipment range from Bohle is specifically designed to minimise marking, while offering exceptional service in use, Dave said.