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Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by amycishere, Nov 27, 2008.
Isn't there that iclear stuff?
I don't know how you would do this without filling in the scratch grove with the same metal material the back is made of (or sanding the surrounding surface down to the same depth). It would still be noticable. But why bother? No one can see the scratch when you are using it, since it is in your hand. This is a functional device afterall, not a piece of art in my opinion. I would spend the time using it rather than trying to keep it looking new.
You could do this. It's an alternative method and takes some patience but it looks cool in person. My brother did it.
Scratches on the back
You could ask your significant other to file down the nails, or wear gloves...
This is the reason why I took off the case. It feels much better in my bare hands, and so what if it gets scratched on the back.
Just for the record my iPod Touch doesn't have a major scratch, so far.
use the scratch remover for the ipod