Our mobiles are willing victims of all kinds of damage, mainly in the form of scratches on the screen. We put four cheap, easy ways one by one to remove these scratches. Before you get started, you need to do a few things. Turn your phone off, remove the battery and close all openings with tape to prevent water damage.
To remove small scratches look no further than in the cup next to your sink: you have enough to a tube of toothpaste. Art is to use real toothpaste, not the blue toothpaste or gel-based. Dab a cotton swab into the toothpaste and turn it gently in small circles across the screen until you see the scratches disappear. Wipe afterwards with a damp cloth excess toothpaste from the screen.
It sounds like a drastic solution: sandpaper. Nevertheless, this method certainly provides the opportunity to get your phone to look better. It is especially suitable for removing scratches from the back or side of your mobile. It is important that you use the finest sandpaper variant, press this very soft against your phone, and occasionally check for no extra scratches.
Baking soda also serves as a convenient scratch remover. Use it this way: mix two parts baking soda with one part water in a bowl. Stir it there until you have a thick paste. Wipe with a soft, clean cloth the pasta on the scratches from your phone in a quiet, circular motion. Then remove with a damp cloth the excess substance.
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