1. CellTheUltimateAndroid's Avatar
    I rubbed a little aquafresh toothpaste with a microfibre cloth gently in circles for half a minute on some scratches on my lg g3 screen, then left it for a minute and rubbed it off again with a mildly damp microfibre cloth. Sadly, it didn't work.
    I'm worried that it might damage the phone screen in the long run- more specifically the oleophobic
    coating.
    Will this harm the phones screen?

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    05-13-2015 03:19 PM
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    Anyone

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    05-13-2015 04:36 PM
  3. belodion's Avatar
    I imagine it would remove the oleophobic coating very effectively, being mildly abrasive. It's not abrasive enough to remove scratches from glass, though. Could you not apply a screen protector, which will render fine scratches invisible?

    I saw a guy on YouTube using something originally intended for removing scratches from a car's windscreen. He said it worked on his phone screen. Sorry I can't remember details, except that it was some sort of hard sponge plastic block.

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    05-13-2015 04:37 PM

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