Brasso and my iPod

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  1. MisuzuKamio

    MisuzuKamio New Member

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    How well do you think it would work? I don't know if the scratches are deep or not =P

    That's what my iPod looks like

    I want to use some Brasso (gonna pick it up tomorrow) and I wanted to know how well it would work on these, any example pics of a "before" iPod that got a pretty good "clean off" of the scratches?

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  2. dancom96

    dancom96 New Member

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    It's hard to see with those pics. Any chance of getting sharper ones?
    Are the scratches seeable without getting at a specific angle with the light?

    You could try Brasso, and if it only gets it slightly less noticable, get a full body skin. It is supposed to be for preventing scratches, but it also makes small scratches disappear.
  3. kevin1st

    kevin1st Well-Known Member

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    brasso will wear off all the text and icons on the ipod. just a word of warning
  4. awal

    awal Well-Known Member

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    Brasso doesn't do what you're hoping. I've tried it on a 1G nano, a 5.5G Video, and a 1G touch (all of which had a back that looked about the same as yours). The scratches weren't removed and there wasn't really any noticeable change.
  5. MisuzuKamio

    MisuzuKamio New Member

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    i don't care about those, i really really want those off anyways, i hate apple, i was just going to pick up some 400 grit when i went to home depot, just incase too... if brasso doesn't work for me
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    bluepigster New Member

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    My suggestion would be to go get a sponge and scratch the back, like what I did to mine. Amazing results, and if I get a chance I'll show you my pic. You can find a tutorial at the ilounge forums.
  7. .Pandora.

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    Thnx, I will try that, and post my results, I hope that works pretty good, and get's all the grime off that thing

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