how to remove light scratches?

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  1. J-Phone

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    i got some light scratches on the metalic back of my ipod and hoping to remove them. Any ideas to remove them? Their light and barely visible but it bugs me to see them there. I also have some on the front screen too.
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    I heard banannas work. Try google.
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    Try Toothpaste. Or, buy an expensive kit from somewhere.
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    bannanas? toothpaste? lol you guys serious? I know toothpaste has bits of sandstone so wont that scract it even more?
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    Dead serious. Do a Google Search on Toothpaste removing scratches. Go on. I dare you.
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    cant watch youtube slow internet lol
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    Toothpaste doesn't actually remove the scratches. It actually scratches more, but makes it even, so the initial scratch isn't as noticeable.
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    have you tried this yet?
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