1. DoocesWild's Avatar
    My friend has had her phone two days and dropped on the road and put a nice gash in the middle. Anyone had any luck buffing theirs out? Techniques/product ideas welcome
    -DoocesWild
    2007-09-26 11:59 PM
  2. one1's Avatar
    This isn't plastic like the ipods of old. It's glass. Glass doesn't buff.
    2007-09-27 12:12 AM
  3. Tomer's Avatar
    maybe hes talkin about the back of the iphone
    2007-09-27 12:13 AM
  4. one1's Avatar
    Unfortunately that isn't gonna buff either!
    2007-09-27 12:20 AM
  5. DoocesWild's Avatar
    Unfortunately that isn't gonna buff either!
    Nope it's the glass. Maybe buff isn't the proper term. Is there anything to fill in the gash in the glass? I could be way off here but I thought someone must have found a way.
    -DoocesWild
    2007-09-27 01:20 AM
  6. Kitsune's Avatar
    Google is your best friend.
    Here - http://www.gtglass.com/site/Scratch_Removal.html

    Other methods are available.

    Edit: http://iphonescratches.com/2007/04/1...one-scratches/
    2007-09-27 01:22 AM
  7. ///Maybach's Avatar
    this is what i use to protect my phone, maybe you should buy her one. it has served me very well!

    http://www.shieldzone.com/item_descr...APLIPHONE.html
    2007-09-27 01:27 AM
  8. DoocesWild's Avatar
    Thanks guys!

    We've both purchased them for the future. Just wanted to rewind time...
    -DoocesWild
    2007-09-27 02:23 AM
  9. xportpnoy's Avatar
    this is what i use to protect my phone, maybe you should buy her one. it has served me very well!

    http://www.shieldzone.com/item_descr...APLIPHONE.html
    i just ordered one hehe
    2007-09-27 05:48 PM
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