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eborko1

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Sep 28, 2020
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Scratches appeared on my apple watch 6, I know it's my fault.
Is there any polishing paste or should I buy a protective glass and install it?
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BlackBun

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Scratches appeared on my apple watch 6, I know it's my fault.
Is there any polishing paste or should I buy a protective glass and install it?
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OMG I’d not be able to sleep.
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Kottu

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Sep 21, 2014
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Unfortunately you can't remove such deep scratches. I don't know if so called Liquid glass screen protector which sells through Amazon can hide such scratches.
 

bondr006

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Scratches appeared on my apple watch 6, I know it's my fault.
Is there any polishing paste or should I buy a protective glass and install it?
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I don't think you can get rid of the scratches but I would start using a screen protector immediately. I have the Apple Watch Series 6 44mm. This is what I use and am very happy with. Wife also uses them on her series 6 40mm.

IQ Shield Screen Protector Compatible with Apple Watch Series 6 (44mm)(6-Pack)

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SolarSailer120

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Jul 6, 2022
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I actually like the Zagg Invisible Shield thin flexible plastic screen protectors. I forget that I have one on. Like others said, no removing the scratches, however a screen protector may make them less noticeable
 
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