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Scratched glass, do normal removal processes work?

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I have only used my UM2+ for a little over a week and I have quite a few scratches on the glass bed from using a removal tool to pry under the part (when its a part with a large base). Do normal "glass scratch" solutions work on the UM2+ bed? I do not want to get a custom piece of glass and cut it to size, nor do I wish to pay the asking price for most UM2 bed replacements, since it seems like I will be doing this regularly.

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