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GoCompute

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Does anybody know if scratch remover for eye gasses is safe for an iPod nano? It has that soft plastic and I wasn't sure.

Edited by GoCompute, 26 December 2005 - 09:34 AM.

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That's one of the reasons why I don't get an Ipod. They scratch up to easly. I don't really think that'll help much
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I would look for the scratch remover they sell in auto parts stores. It's non-abrasive and fills the cracks. Should work well on all but deep scratches. :tazz:
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Thanks guys, I will post back with my results, I am gonna try to get auto scratch remover.
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