ipod touch scratches on chrome

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  1. NearZero

    NearZero Member

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    Hey there ive recently got a couple of light and little scratches but its really buging me about it it's on the chrome btw and i saw
    this thing at the apple store called ''iKlear'' and i was wondering would this work on the chrom back to get rid of these scratchs?



    thanks,
  2. superslashers

    superslashers New Member

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    wow thats a big suprise!

    wow the chrome always had scratchs

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  3. Theodosius

    Theodosius Active Member

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    It won't get rid of the scratches.
  4. NearZero

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    oh ok so do you think i just should buy a full protection case with screen protection for ipod touch?
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    magic8ball88 Active Member

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    How long have you had your iPod? Mine got full of scratches in the first month. Kudos to you for keeping it nice this long.
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    Yes. It may cover up some scratches and it will prevent more.
  7. NearZero

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    ok cause i was looking but there arent any that protect every single thing that is chrome
  8. ibizaGTi

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    I can personally recommend the "Banana trick" (lol)...Open a banana and cut it in half...rub it all over the back of your iPod (completely cover it in the goo), then buff away with the banana skin. Then just clear the goo off with LINT FREE cloth.

    This sounds daft, but it remeved a lot of light - medium scratches from my iPod. Just be sure not to get banana goo in your dock/buttons etc. It also smells nice

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    I might do that just for the smell

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