How to Remove a Scratch and Polish Plastic With Applesauce

Updated February 21, 2017

Applesauce is a plastic polish designed to return your portable MP3 music player back to its original lustre. This product works like wax used on a car and buffs out scratches while cleaning the product at the same time. You may purchase Applesauce polish from most electronic stores or online at

Turn off the MP3 player or electronic device.

Spray a few squirts of Applesauce onto your soft cloth. Do not use paper towels as the fibres from the towel may stick in the scratches.

Rub the polish onto the plastic in a circular motion. You may also use the polish on the screens of your electronic products.

Allow the polish time to dry. After a few minutes apply a second coat and wait a few additional minutes. Once the polish has completely dried, you may begin using the electronic device again.

Things You'll Need

  • Applesauce Polish
  • Soft cloth
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