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  1. MaxPower203's Avatar
    I tried toothpaste , Dish washing soup , Car Wax , guess what worked ...
    There's a soup that washes dishes? Brilliant! Dinners should clean the dishes they're served on. 😃
    Zeroplanetz likes this.
    12-29-2012 02:06 PM
  2. Nabkawe5's Avatar
    It wouldn't test it , It would test the level of ****s I want to give though.. :D
    12-29-2012 04:12 PM
  3. Nabkawe5's Avatar
    There's a soup that washes dishes? Brilliant! Dinners should clean the dishes they're served on.
    My previous signature clearly said... Any mistakes you find are the direct results of using Word Flow keyboards :D :D :D ... seem it was appropriate after all .
    12-29-2012 04:13 PM
  4. MaxPower203's Avatar
    Ha! Reading this board on Board Express. Doesn't seem to show sigs. ;)
    12-29-2012 04:37 PM
  5. johnnylai's Avatar
    i think polish paste will work well
    12-30-2012 07:42 AM
  6. loukkis's Avatar
    i think polish paste will work well
    I do not recommend to use any of those methods to try get rid off the scratch, because screen has oliophobic coating, and you will lost it and then your screen would look bad.
    920Walker and johnnylai like this.
    12-30-2012 08:39 AM
  7. victorsiaw's Avatar
    Anyone has tried the product called Displex before?

    Fast Action Scratch Remover for Nokia Lumia 920 - Buy Fix It! The Scratch Has Met Its Match

    If yes, care to share the outcome
    01-05-2013 03:00 AM
  8. Jealy666's Avatar
    ...

    Try using a jackhammer.
    03-24-2013 09:36 PM
  9. Narse77's Avatar
    You will most likely need to replace the glass. I know of no way to recoat the glass. Maybe someone else will know of a fix other than replacement.
    Sent from my Nokia Lumia 920 using Board Express
    03-24-2013 09:37 PM
  10. hamzie11's Avatar
    How do you think to yourself.. oh a scratch.. lets use toothpaste..
    wow.. just wow
    03-24-2013 09:39 PM
  11. admorris#AC's Avatar
    Throw a good screen protector over it and call it a day.
    03-24-2013 09:39 PM
  12. Richard Lemmons's Avatar
    It really works I would think it would make it worse
    12-21-2013 02:43 AM
  13. jmerrey's Avatar
    Toothpaste doesn't really repair the scratch, it just removes the white coloring of the scratch, making it look better.
    12-21-2013 08:37 AM
  14. freestaterocker's Avatar
    Toothpaste doesn't really repair the scratch, it just removes the white coloring of the scratch, making it look better.
    People have been using toothpaste to repair damaged DVDs for years and afterwards they play like new again. I've done it myself. My kids are hard on them... :/ I would imagine if it makes scratched DVDs playable it's legit for screen scratches as well, although as one other post suggested it likely would remove the oleophobic coating, making your screen more prone to smudges, etc.
    12-21-2013 08:49 AM
  15. Frank Stute's Avatar
    this is a interesting fact how you guys still use toothpaste to remove scratches, guess it works to some extend.
    08-08-2014 01:23 PM
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