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Remove anti-glare Coating from Viewsonic A90f+

Last response: in Computer Peripherals
April 27, 2009 1:40:39 AM

ok guys. This is probably going to sound weird at first but please bare with me. I have had this monitor (as mentioned, a Viewsonic A90f+ CRT 19 inch) for many years. Honestly, I love this thing. A few years back, thanks to a very spaced out roommate, my monitor ended up rolling off a chair and onto a cinder block. Fortunately the monitor works, but there are a few gouges in the the most inconvenient of places. Now...first question is going to thick IS the anti-glare coating on a CRT. The gouges seem to be very shallow, like I can barely snag it with my fingernail. Beneath the scratches seem a brighter, more clear image but Its only a few lines....needless to say its annoying. I really would love to get the scratches out and restore this monitor to its original beauty. So, what I need to know is a.) How likely is it that removing the anti-glare coating would take care of the scratches...and b.) how does one go about removing the coating in a manner that is safe for the glass underneath. Ive looked at alot of places but there are so many "working" solutions I dare not just randomly try one because this is all I have for a monitor. Any and all information would be Very greatly appreciated. And only solutions that are 100% safe and effective would be nice...Id really hate to ruin this thing! Thanks in advance!
January 20, 2010 6:40:55 PM

if its an expensive monitor like sony its relatively easy you just cut the film with a blade and then pill it off it takes anywhere from 20-40 minutes, try to heat it up with a hair dryer it helps a lot

if its pain your screwed, i work on my current dell monitor now for over 10 hours , nothing seem to work good enough, not ever sand paper, poly super stripe gel pain and vanish remover helps a bit but not enough... i might start using power polisher with sand paper but i have a feeling this monitor will end up in the dumbster