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What's the best way to buff scratches on a computer face?(7 posts)

What's the best way to buff scratches on a computer face?Matno
Apr 23, 2003 8:33 PM
I've got some scratches on one of my cyclocomputers that are small, but annoying. What's the easiest way to polish them out? I have no idea what one would use to get rid of them, but I'm sure it's possible. If only I had access to an optometrist's tools...
Try this thread:BowWow
Apr 23, 2003 8:41 PM
coonass "FYI: Remove scratches from plastics (lens, etc.)" 9/24/02 7:57am

Several suggestions, none of which I've tried, but will as soon as I can find some Meguiar's Mirror Glaze 17...

Steve
Try toothpaste..Dave Hickey
Apr 24, 2003 3:22 AM
Toothpaste has mild abrasives. Using it will remove small scratches.
Who'd a thunk it?Matno
Apr 24, 2003 4:12 AM
Worked like a charm! Thanks for the tip. That was exactly the kind of right-under-my-nose easy tip I was looking for!
Minty-fresh too! nmTower
Apr 24, 2003 4:14 AM
It's an old model car trick.......Dave Hickey
Apr 24, 2003 6:02 AM
I built model cars many years ago. We used toothpaste to polish the plastic
Good for non-anodized aluminum, tooStraightblock
Apr 24, 2003 7:16 AM
When I rode tubulars, it was great for shining up my Fiamme & Super Champion rims.