iPhone X iPhone X lotion

Alexrat1996

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hello people I have an issue my iPhone X that’s running 100 perfect.

I had lotion on my hands and I mute my phone with my hands with lotion what can I use to clean the marks of the lotion where the mute switch is at without damage the space gray coating ?
 

Relentless Power

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hello people I have an issue my iPhone X that’s running 100 perfect.

I had lotion on my hands and I mute my phone with my hands with lotion what can I use to clean the marks of the lotion where the mute switch is at without damage the space gray coating ?
Try a microfiber cloth. I don’t see why that would not remove any residue from the lotion, assuming it’s not embedded in the mute switch area. As far as damaging the space gray PVD coating, it’s possible overtime it could blemish the bands where you consistently hold it.
 
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Alexrat1996

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Yes I use lotion for my dry skin
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Try a microfiber cloth. I don’t see why that would not remove any residue from the lotion, assuming it’s not embedded in the mute switch area. As far as damaging the space gray PVD coating, it’s possible overtime it could blemish the bands where you consistently hold it.
I tired it work thanks
 

Waterman316

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You are new here and need to get to know the members before you start accusing.
Doesn’t mean I haven’t been reading through here for a while. This kid always has something wrong with everything he owns, from iPhones to iPads to Xbox’s.
 

Newtons Apple

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Idk what the heck is that I”m on the phone with Apple
What ever it is you must know you are the one who did it, not Apple. I thought you used screen protectors, if so peel it off and put on another. Ooooops see you already got it replaced. Now it is time to inspect the refurb and make sure it is perfect. You did say the one you just damaged was perfect so ........
 

Alexrat1996

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What ever it is you must know you are the one who did it, not Apple. I thought you used screen protectors, if so peel it off and put on another. Ooooops see you already got it replaced. Now it is time to inspect the refurb and make sure it is perfect. You did say the one you just damaged was perfect so ........
Express replacements is the issue
 

Alexrat1996

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I Truly believe there will be a time where Apple will prohibit/restrict you from making returns, but allow you of course to make the purchases you want. It’s likely when you will least expect it.
I worked with customer relations manager I sent them the pics of the damage and the repair depot said that’s shouldn’t of happen and will replace it.

I can simply sell the device as many times as I want and re purchase
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You said it was perfect. What happened to it? You would have noticed deep scratches on the display when removed from the box.
I said that for that unit but that’s unit locked up on me and never recovered
 
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