Can you remove scratches from the back of an Ipod touch?

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    1IPODNUT New Member

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    These are on the back and they drive me nuts.
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    the only possible way is to scratch it more so it is even
    toothepaste is a good example
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    Tooth paste?
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    He's not lying

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    Toothpaste can smooth out a scratched up surface.
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    Toothpaste is an abrasive. He's talking about scratching it A LOT more...as in...sanding it down so the entire surface becomes smooth again.
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    If you know some one with a polishing wheel and the proper abrasives the back of you ipod can look new. I have buffed out my fair share of ipods, make sure whom ever does it has a good steady hand with a tight grip or your ipod could be destroyed. my advise to you is to get a set of skins for your ipod so you cant see the scratches.

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