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  1. Has anyone in the club gone through the process of removing scratches from glass. Yes I watched a couple videos but nothing is better than getting feedback from members who have done it themselves. So I hope someone or a couple people have done it. I have a Red Sea 130D that I am in final stages of cleanup. After months of back and forth on sell or not I have decided to sell it. After this last round of cleaning I noticed the scratches more than ever. To clean If I want to get any value back when I sell it, I need to deal with the scratches. Range from just annoying to slightly felt with fingernail. I know it takes more work removing scratches from glass then it does with Acrylic which I have done in the past So do any of you have experience doing this yourself? Is it worth doing yourself or think I should check prices with a glass company? If you have done it and it is worth it any suggestions? Thanks Chris