I would say no. Best bet would be to buy some sort of cover or protective film to decrease the chances of anymore scratches.Bought myself a MacBook air 13" today, seen that it has a little scratch on the underneath that seems to be bugging me a bit, is there a way to remove scratch from the Aluminium cover?
This or buy a case to protect it. Depends on which is more important to you!Aluminum is a fairly soft metal, and is subject to scratches. Your MBA is a tool, not a pristine work of art. Scratches will happen with use and aren't going to diminish its functionality. While some people obsess about such trivial issues, I'd recommend you ignore it and enjoy your Mac.
haha I used to convince myself of the same thing when it came to scratches when I had my pro haha. Glad I have yet to scratch this air. I am sure the time will come thoughJust think of it as an indicator of uniqueness. You now have an Air that is unlike any other in the world!
Honestly though, scratches aren't that big of a deal, especially if it is on the bottom plate, never to be seen in normal usage.
They will send you a new one if you return it. I purchased a MBP for my girlfriend and it had what looked like a 'buff' mark on the casing. I didn't think it was a big deal, but she wanted a pristine one so we swapped it out. The only inconvenience was waiting for the new machine.Bought myself a MacBook air 13" today, seen that it has a little scratch on the underneath that seems to be bugging me a bit, is there a way to remove scratch from the Aluminium cover?
He is correct we offer a brushed aluminum skin for protection and so you can keep your out of the box look!I'm a huge fan of the Brushed Stainless skin for the Air from icarbons.com. It will protect from scratches and keep the same silver exterior. It looks amazing...