Extensive uses of polymers are because of their variety of physical properties including their electrical and thermal properties. Further, they have become ubiquitous materials in modern manufacturing processes and offer a wide variety of chemical and mechanical prope-rties applicable to numerous problems. The polymer properties depend on their structural characteristics brought about by chemical methods. Changes in the chemical and physical properties of polymer at the surface region may be easily derived by chemical and/or structural modifications which can be achieved by variation of chemical functionality, and surface texture. However, rough and/or damaged surfaces (through) bond scission, carbonization, cross-linking, etc are produced by the above methods. Therefore, new surface modification methods are required to obtain polymer surfaces free of surface damage.