Over time, scratches can appear on the smartphone. Active use of the gadget leads to the fact that the display also wears out, and the screen is covered with microcracks.
The most universal advice is to always use a protective film and change it regularly. GLOBAL HAPPENINGS figured out how to remove scratches on a smartphone screen.
Protective film or glass
Immediately after buying a new gadget, experts advise purchasing a protective glass. The protective film will also prevent the appearance of new scratches and is able to hide existing ones.
Isopropyl alcohol or a special screen cleaner will also improve the condition of the display.
You need to take:
- a small amount of alcohol or solvent
- soft tissue
We apply the solvent to the cloth and wipe the screen, paying special attention to places with scratches.
Please note that it is strictly forbidden to put pressure on the smartphone during cleaning – this can damage the gadget.
Experts say that car wax can hide scratches. You should apply it to a rag and wipe the screen from scratches. Remove wax residue with a dry soft cloth.
The principle of operation is similar to the previous one. We wipe the scratches on the display with a small amount of toothpaste applied to the fabric. Then, with a dry cloth, remove the residue.
Life hack with soda
Soda should be mixed with water – you should get a thick paste. We apply it to the fabric and carefully wipe the scratches.
These hacks can hide scratches, but you won’t be able to get a completely new screen. In addition, you should be careful, especially with soda, so as not to further damage the display.
Earlier, GLOBAL HAPPENINGS told how to properly charge a smartphone for the first time and why you should not completely discharge it.
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