How To Remove Scratches From Ipod Touch Screen
Learn how to remove scratches from an iPod screen. Your iPod could look very unattractive with scratches on them. Once the screen is scratched you have three options: to get rid of your iPod, leave it as is, or fix the scratches. Leaving the iPod as is is not a good idea, so here is a way to remove scratches from an iPod screen.
Things you will need:
- Scratch removal solution
- 1 Large cloth and 1 small cloth
- Your iPod
- Ensure that everything is disconnected from your iPod. Before you even begin the process of removing scratches from your iPod screen, then you need to remove all cords from your iPod. Headphones, speakers, bluetooth, or charger. This step would prevent damage to your iPod accessories.
- Lay out the large cloth on a flat surface and lay iPod face-up on the cloth. Laying a cloth down under the iPod would prevent any damage to the flat surface. You would be working with a chemical that could make hard, risen surfaces appear on objects. Its best to use a cloth that is not as valuable to you just in case.
- Open Scratch remover solution, then inspect iPod's screen for scratches. Loosen the cap from the solution. This step will prep you for step five. That way you could begin your work swiftly.
Inspect iPod's screen for scratches. Look over the screen of the iPod so that you may become familiar with them. It is important that you know where all of the iPod's scratches are so that you will not miss any. Some scratches are barely visible and you would want to fill those in too.
- Dip eye dropper in solution and squeeze the eyedropper to obtain solution in the throttle. It is best to get as much solution in the throttle as possible if you can. Squeezing the eyedropper for about three seconds should help you obtain solution. This will prevent you from dipping back and forth in the solution. No matter if you have only one scratch it is still wise to get as much solution in the eyedropper as possible. You could lift the eyedropper after squeezing to observe how much solution is present. If there is not enough, then repeat this step.
- Begin dropping solution into the scratches. You could begin dropping solution into the scratches. Squeezing the eyedropper once should make the eyedropper release one drop of solution. Drop as much as you need into each scratch. Please note that if you run out of solution in the eyedropper, then refer back to step five.
- Clean up solution. Some scratches are so small that even one small drop of solution is too much and it would seep over to a non-scratched area of the iPod screen. Just take a small cloth and wipe off any excess solution. Be sure to wipe it thoroughly.
- Let the solution dry. You could let the solution air dry or you could use a fan for faster results. Do not touch the iPod screen at all while it is not dry. It is best to let it sit for at least eight hours depending on conditions.