Pencil Erasers for Removing Scratches on the Glass of an iPad

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One tool that is surprisingly effective at removing iPad glass scratches is a regular pencil erases. Use pencil erases for removing the scratches on iPad glass with help from an Apple retail specialist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey, I'm Skylar. Last night I got a little piece of grit underneath my finger and dragged it across my iPad screen, and it caused just a tiny scratch so I was reading online and I discovered that you can use a pencil eraser, believe it or not to actually erase the scratch. So the trick is to go in the direction of the scratch and you have to keep at it for a while and just keep doing it, always in one direction kind of like you were sanding a piece of wood or petting a dog. You just keep at it and eventually it will actually fix the scratch, as long as it's not too deep. If it's really deep you might want to take a look at a scratch removing compound which is an abrasive compound that will actually rub away some of the glass in order to smooth out the scratch and the craziest one is toothpaste. Toothpaste will actually work too and you want to be careful with any of these things. I don't think it's a great idea, other than the pencil eraser, I think I would probably just tolerate a scratch unless it was really bad and then I might go for the toothpaste first. So good luck with that, it will take a while. It's taken me a while to get this scratch out of here already but I do see some progress. So good luck with that eraser. I'll see you later. I'm Skylar.


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