5 Brilliant DIY Ways To Remove Scratches From Your Phone

Hey everyone we are sure that all of you have the problem with scratches on your phone whether that is from a car key or an accidental drop or any other unnecessary situation.
If you want to remove the scratches but not to spent a fortune for that we have simple and genius tips for that. Just be sure that your phone is turned off before apply this tips. Watch below.


Toothpaste is very good for smaller scratches or marks on the screen. Good to know is that you should use actual toothpaste, not a gel-based toothpaste.
It works easy you just need to dab a bit of toothpaste at the end of a cotton swab or a soft cloth. Make sure you gently rub it in to the screen in a circular motion, and make sure you do not remove any surface coating.
Wipe your screen down with a soft, slightly damp cloth.

2. Baking soda


Mix two parts baking soda and one part water in a bowl and stir until it forms a thick paste.
Apply the paste to a clean, soft cloth and gently rub in a circular motion on the phone’s scratches.
After this, wipe your screen with a fresh, slightly dampened cloth to remove any excess.

3.Turtle Wax, and other oils and creams

Turtle Wax, 3M Scratch and Swirl Remover can minimize and get rid of scratches. Simply apply the cream to a clean, soft cloth and wipe your screen in a gentle, swirling motion.
But if your phone has a touchscreen with an oleophobic coating (the iPhone 5 has an oleophobic coating, for example), then do not use polish, as it will remove the coating and leave an obvious patch which is likely to look worse than the scratch.

4. Baby powder


Mix water to baby powder and you will get a paste that can take out the scratches on your phone. The method is simple and the same like baking soda just switch the baking soda with baby powder.

5. Egg and potassium aluminium sulphate mixture

Mixing egg whites and potassium aluminum sulfate can get rid of scratches.
It should soaking a microfiber cloth in an egg and aluminium mixture, before placing the cloth on a piece of aluminium foil and putting in into a 300 degree oven until the cloth is dry.
You then you need to rinse the cloth in running water for about 30 seconds, and repeat the process three times. left the cloth to dry for 48 hours, then remove scratches from your phone screen.

via telegraph.co.uk

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