If you need to know how to remove scratches from your PSP, you probably play your handheld console quite a bit. The LCD screen does not get scratched easily, and a screen protector can guard against all but the most severe scratches. Even if you take precautions, the screen can still become scratched. Removing the scratches restores your gaming experience to what it was before the screen became damaged. For this, you will need a few supplies. Gather a non-abrasive linen cloth and a bottle of iDrops. This process will also work to remove scratches from other plastic screens.
- Spray the iDrops solution onto the LCD screen. Do not put too much of the solution on as it might damage the screen further. Do not let the solution sit for a more than few minutes.
- Take out your non-abrasive linen cloth. Rub the cloth over the scratched surface in a circular motion. Do this for several minutes.
- Wipe the solution off and check the screen for scratches. You may have to repeat steps 1 and 2 several times to fully remove minor scratches at the surface of your PSP screen.
If iDrops or a similar solution do not remove the scratches, there is another method that works well. It even works on a budget! For this method, you will regular toothpaste instead of the solution. Make sure you do not buy gel toothpaste, as this will not remove the scratches from the screen. The user still needs to buff the screen to remove the scratches, but the toothpaste will gently remove the scratches if you buff the scratch out with a non-abrasive linen cloth.
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