9 Jul 2012

Repair small scratches

Hi all, If you noticed  ''small - fine'' scratches on your screen, or your phone screen is not as fine as a baby's ass anymore :) than i have a solution ! BUT it work's '' good  '' on a Gorilla Glass screen and it depends on how serious the scratch is!


What you need is :


  • Clean, soft cloth 
  • Window cleaner solution
  • Toothpaste

  1. Clean the screen whit a cloth and a window cleaner solution, to degrease it.
  2. Place a small amount of toothpaste on the screen (as half a pea) then we will spread equally over the entire screen whit a cloth.(do not get the toothpaste between the screen and frame just because it will remain white from the toothpaste and it is annoying to remove it)
  3. Rubb the screen (pressing quite well) in a circular motion (whit the toothpaste) until you notice that screen becomes cleaner and there is no more toothpaste on it.
  4. Take a new clean & soft cloth and clean the screen again whit  window cleaner and  Voilà !


If you are not satisfied than repeat the procedures.
Same proccedures can be applied to the phones camera lens.
You will end up whit a minty fresh and scratch free,clean phone.
Tested on a Samsung Galaxy S 2 !


Like button does not bite :)


 I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO YOUR PHONE, HOW EVER IT IS VERY UNLIKELY THAT THERE WOULD BE ANY ISSUES !

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