Screens on iPhone cellular devices do not scratch easily, but any phone can get a scratch and, as a result, look older and less attractive. Try to remove scratches from your phone using several household products--including toothpaste.
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Things you need
- Clean cloth
- Cleaning solution
Buy the solution you want to use to remove the scratches from your phone; options include Brasso, iDrops or common toothpaste.
Put a tiny amount of the cleaning solution on a clean cloth. Then, rub it on your cell phone screen in a non-abrasive manner.
Wet part of your cloth and wipe your phone screen to get rid of any polish that remains. Do not get any liquid in the inner parts of your phone to avoid damage to your device.
Continue to follow this procedure until you get all of the scratches off of your phone. Note that the time it takes to remove these scratches depends on the number of scratches you have on your phone.
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