HariSeldon85

Remove scratches from Optimus 2x Gorilla glass

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Hi guys,

there is a good way to remove scratches from our phone display?

I've a big scratch visible also with the display powered on....and this is annoing for me....

Any suggestion?

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T-Cut

only joking.. I think you just got to live with it

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Yes there is. Ebay glass scratch remover. Its a special powder. You'll need some tools also. Be careful because you can do it worse than it was

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Yes there is. Ebay glass scratch remover. Its a special powder. You'll need some tools also. Be careful because you can do it worse than it was

can you link me what item are you referring ?

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I use this one for my ipad b4, it can reduce some scratches but can't remove all. You may still notify a little marking on the screen.

http://podshop.com/idrops/

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I use this one for my ipad b4, it can reduce some scratches but can't remove all. You may still notify a little marking on the screen.

http://podshop.com/idrops/

thanks! seems that this could help...but is not avaiable in my country (italy)...

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Idrops sux. You need something like this.

www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GLASS-POLISHING-CERIUM-OXIDE-GLASS-SCRATCH-REMOVER-/250904015861?pt=UK_Car_Accessories_Car_Care_Cleaning&hash=item3a6b0b73f5

You should look for cerium oxide

Edited by orlox
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wouldnt abraisives knacker the touch screen??

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