Best way to remove scratches from the chrome?

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  1. SwiftSkii

    SwiftSkii Active Member

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    Hey guys, I'm looking for the best way to clean the back of my touch, cause it looks like sh!t.
    I dot really wanna pay for anything, so I need stuff that I can use at home becuause there is a huge storm and I can't go out to get anything.

    Thx
  2. Lux2GS

    Lux2GS Well-Known Member

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    Hmn, You could try to make the brushed aluminium look, or just use tricks your Grandma or Mom tells you.
    I heard something about letting toothpaste dry on scratches and then when its dry rubbing it off. but idk.
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    Toothpaste thing is fake so is the banana thing. Your best option is to get a zagg/see through case. (iClear)
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    Hmm I just wanna make it really shiny.
    Me like shiny stuffs. Lemme take some pics of the back to show you how bad it is. Gimme 5-10 mins...
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    Sure. I tried this TurtleWax brand thing and my iPod looked matte/shiny with a few scratches. It looks ugly. I'm glad I got a refurbished one later.
  6. SwiftSkii

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    Ok here is a pic.
    Best resolution that i could get it in...

    Wait would Peanut Butter work? Tried it once on a disk and it was really shiny.

    These pics are taking forever to up.

    Sorry for the wait, had to get some grub...

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    I tried the Banana thing and it actually did work pretty well. Got rid of nearly all the small scratches completely. It didn't move the big scuffs left by my Incase Slider though

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    So would it work for mine?
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    just try, you can still clean it if it doesn't work
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    This banana trick..details?? lol
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    I just never heard of it

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