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Discussion in 'iPod' started by chrismx72, Jan 28, 2006.
does this stuff actually work??? is ti worth buying?
IceCreme has worked for me.
And using the promo "RTMWSF06" will get you a whopping 30% discount if you use it by, I think, the 31st of this month.
does it really bring it up to like NEW or can you still see the little scratches and swerls. so annoying i saved up for ages for my 5g vid ipod then used it it go SO scratched , i just ended up thinking oh i carnt be bothered to worrie about scratching it if it gets scratched it gets scratched but if that stuff brings it to new i will buy some. it says its not abbrasiv. how can it get the scratches out then
It's not like new - the scratches aren't eliminated, just buffed down and filled in. However, things do look a lot better, and I think it's worth the (on sale) price. Of course, I also have two iMacs (one quite old, one new) that can use it, as well as an Apple Cinema Display, so I was able to justify the purchase more easily.
Basically, it helps a LOT, but it won't make it "like new"....
ah rite. well i saw some different stuff on ebay which wa abbrasive too. in my mind if it was abbrasive it would work more effectivly...... im dunno
The problem with the abrasive options is that they can muck up your display. Also, they dull the finish, leaving it more matte-like than glossy.
oh rite i get you. cool. so you advise me to go the icleaner way not ebay shoddy crap route