IPHONE Screen question...

Discussion in 'iPhone Discussion & Support' started by smokeytl, Jul 19, 2007.

  1. smokeytl

    smokeytl Well-Known Member

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    Can you remove scratches from the iphone screen? I have a few minor scratches on it and its annoying the hell out a me.. is there anyway to remove them?

    I have not bought a case yet since the griffin iclear doesnt come till the end of the month..

    any comments, suggestions, and solutions are greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.
     
  2. anomalight

    anomalight Well-Known Member

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    As odd as it may sound, talk to an eyeglasses specialist. They would be able to suggest treatments that would not cause further harm.

    Just out of curiosity, how did you scratch it? That seems do be one of the most difficult things to do.

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  3. smokeytl

    smokeytl Well-Known Member

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    thanks for the suggestion, i will look into that.

    After watching the stress test on PC world I thought that it would be hard to scratch it after he scrapped a key into the screen. So when I got my scratches I was a little disappointed.

    I scratched mine because there was a smudge on it so I wiped it with my shirt, i guess the thickness of the smudge and using my shirt to clean it scratched it some how?:confused: they are very minor but just a pain to look at.
     
  4. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

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    Hmm, thats odd. Are they just scratches you can see at an angle and in bright light.

    I watched that video too, and to me it seemed they were being a little optimistic. You will still get those minute fine scratches. I have looked after my PSP since day one the best I can, always returning to the case etc. The thing still has millions of fine scratches that aren't visible directly, but are still annoying to have present.