Any good way to cover up scratches with silver finish identical to MBP?

matt1987

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Jan 7, 2007
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I noticed a very small scratch on the side of my MBP this morning. It's on the left side, along where all the ports and the charger jack goes into and what-not...

Anyways, I was wondering if there was anything I could do about it. I know I shouldn't complain about the scratch considering A) I have a Mac Book Pro, brand new since July and...I didn't pay for it, but still.

Is there any sort of finish you can put on the scratch so it sort of dissapears. I'm not talking gray paint, I mean something IDENTICAL to the MBP finish.

Any help would be mucho appreciated.
 

Trepex

macrumors 6502a
Apr 5, 2007
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Ottawa, Canada
I noticed a very small scratch on the side of my MBP this morning. It's on the left side, along where all the ports and the charger jack goes into and what-not...

Anyways, I was wondering if there was anything I could do about it. I know I shouldn't complain about the scratch considering A) I have a Mac Book Pro, brand new since July and...I didn't pay for it, but still.

Is there any sort of finish you can put on the scratch so it sort of dissapears. I'm not talking gray paint, I mean something IDENTICAL to the MBP finish.

Any help would be mucho appreciated.
You'll probably just end up making it look worse. The first scratch is always the hardest to accept. Just embrace it!
 

CRAZYBUBBA

macrumors 65816
Mar 28, 2007
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Toronto/Houston
The first scratch is always the hardest to accept. Just embrace it!
Ditto, sadly. If you need to feel better just get to a local coffee shop, i'm sure you'll be okay after all those jealous stares.

Too bad you don't have a macbook, nail polish was a great tool for fixing ibooks.
 
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