Removing scratches from the screen?Tips

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  1. bleetness

    bleetness Well-Known Member

    I've heard of a banana method from a friend, but are there any other methods? I dont mind buying like a solvent or something.

  2. Optimus_User

    Optimus_User Well-Known Member

    I've heard tooth paste? Not quite ballsy enough to rub tooth paste on my phone, though.
  3. nuttmeg

    nuttmeg Well-Known Member

    take it to a respairshop andjust have another screen installed if it is scratch/scuff to bad.
  4. trygunzy

    trygunzy Well-Known Member

    That works with cd's lol
  5. bleetness

    bleetness Well-Known Member

    Hm, I suppose I'll call the local metro store tomorrow to see if they do that.
  6. romaneric93

    romaneric93 Member

    There's a special screen protector that fills in the scratches so it looks like new. Forgot what it's called though :/
  7. yahhboy

    yahhboy Well-Known Member

    Get high grain sand paper and evenly sand the screen till the scratches camoflauge with the rest :smokingsomb:
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  8. Fuzzy13

    Fuzzy13 Well-Known Member

    just get a digitizer off eBay and install it. Will set you back about 25 bucks.
  9. redhook

    redhook Well-Known Member

    The Zagg does that, but only for scratches on the protector.
  10. kashrulez1

    kashrulez1 Member

    how the heck did you scratch your screen ... i cant get a scratch on mine no matter how hard i try... and ive had it almost a year
  11. BRAINZ2013

    BRAINZ2013 Well-Known Member Contributor

    Not to be funny and i haven't tried it yet cause i don't have scraps or scratched device yet but try headlight restoring kit on the glass if you don't want to buy a new digitalizer from ebay .
  12. ShinySide

    ShinySide Disabled

    I said that too now I have a V shaped one right under the camera. No clue how it happened tho
  13. travioso

    travioso Well-Known Member

    Can't you just get a replacement back cover or is it on the camera part itself?
  14. Pappy62

    Pappy62 Well-Known Member

    Toothpaste won't work on Gorilla Glass... :(

    I'd replace it.

    (Toothpaste will make Gorilla Glass look hazy - after 20 minutes with a power buffer... it's a lost cause)
  15. Russ71

    Russ71 Well-Known Member

    Toothpaste works on watches, from the old days. Ok, seriously though, the solution advertized that fills scratches on eyeglasses should do the job and would be much less costly. I used it to fill deep scratches in eyeglasses. Never knew they were even there. Can't remember what its called though.

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