Macbook Pro 13" Unibody:discolored.

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by maxymac, Apr 16, 2010.

  1. maxymac macrumors newbie

    Apr 16, 2010
    Hello folks, Italy here.

    I've bought a MBP 13" on the 28th of December, 2009. Four months after that day, I have some blemishes on the aluminium top, left and right side of the trackpad. I've never used abrasive product to clean my Macbook, even a damp cloth to clean the screen and the top. In a first time blemishes were not too heavy so I thought that there was not the case to call assistance. Now the blemishes are coming bigger so days ago I've called the Apple assistance, they told me to go in the nearest Apple's assistance center and let them see. I did it, they said me Apple don't want to change my top cause there are 'external causes'. Now, I'm not crazy, I don't get happy scratching my Macbook with muriatic acid, I really did nothing bad since the day I bought this laptop on his top.
    The question is: i read a bunch of cases like mine in this forum, nobody got the solution, except something like using Mr. Clean magic eraser (i've tried that, no results). Will Apple fall in other cases like the discoloration of white Macbook? What I've to do to make Apple change my Fu**in' case? Three months of using to got this blemish on my top? something like 1.200€ to have this s*it outta here? I'm really crazy about that. I'm going out of my mind 'cause the Apple's assistance says that mine is the first case in the world of this blemish, but they're lying. A lot of users I read got the same problem.
    What I've to do now? There is something I can do?
    Thank you guys.
  2. martynmc7 macrumors regular

    Dec 30, 2008
    Can you post some pictures of the blemishes and also post some links to the other places where people have reported this problem.

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