scratch remover????

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  1. minja3418

    minja3418 New Member

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    i have a bunch of small scratches on the back of my ipod touch... so i want to get rid of them..

    should i get the applesauce scratch remover, or ice cream scratch remover?

    not sure what the difference is.. so yeah if anyone has one or the other, tell me if it is worth it or not please.

    8gb ipod touch jailbroken
  2. Danls92

    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    I have the applesauce scratch remover and it works like a charm.
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    deltaspecops New Member

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    applesauce works wonders haha
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    magikrio New Member

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    applesauce? icecream?

    are these special solutions or something? Im tired of the scratches on my ipod, but I dont want to spread applesauce all over it?

    could someone please explain this?

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  5. whitepod

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    hahaha not actual applesauce. google it. its a cleaning solution for ipods.
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    catastrophixx New Member

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    will this applesauce scratch remover get rid of a scratch on the front of my ipod touch =/ ?
  7. ayuzer

    ayuzer New Member

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    heres a cheap alternative, goto your local supermarket and buy a tin of brasso, its a polish that works amazing on the ipod (front and back, front for last gen ipods)
    it costs around 5$, way cheaper than the apple sauch polish from shield zone

    Or

    if you even cheaper, try using toothpaste, since its an abrasive it removes some of the scratches.
    I tried it on my ipod nano's back and it works well

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