1. FreakyLocz14's Avatar
    Light scratches from normal usage. They aren't noticeable except under direct sunlight, but I'd still like to remove, or at least reduce them, if at all possible.
    03-21-2012 10:44 PM
  2. TropicalSammich's Avatar
    it's glass, I've never had any luck taking scratches out of glass.
    03-22-2012 11:32 AM
  3. sddfdds's Avatar
    Putting a screen protector on might hide them
    03-22-2012 03:56 PM
  4. FreakyLocz14's Avatar
    Gorilla Glass my arse!
    03-22-2012 05:35 PM
  5. Andrew Martonik's Avatar
    Light scratches from normal usage. They aren't noticeable except under direct sunlight, but I'd still like to remove, or at least reduce them, if at all possible.
    Not gonna happen. A nice wet application screen protector might help hide it.

    Gorilla Glass my arse!
    It doesn't have "Gorilla Glass"
    03-22-2012 11:05 PM
  6. descendency's Avatar
    But it doesn't scratch! See:



    (I have a very small scratch from where I dropped mine on the floor and then slid it 5 mm while picking it up... sand)
    03-23-2012 02:56 AM
  7. Fnord's Avatar
    You can try the XO Skins.

    Screen Protector | Screen Protectors | Shield | XO Skins

    Their product video says that it fills in scratches when applied.
    1110pamela likes this.
    03-30-2012 12:06 PM
  8. kC_'s Avatar
    Sandpaper
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    03-30-2012 12:41 PM
  9. lcsglvr's Avatar
    Works flawlessly. Thanks, kC_!
    03-31-2012 05:45 PM
  10. blackjaguar25's Avatar
    Works flawlessly. Thanks, kC_!

    I just tried the sandpaper on mine but the scratch seems like it stayed the same, it is even worse? It also seemed to reveal more scratches. Any advice?
    03-31-2012 05:53 PM
  11. stimpy01234's Avatar
    Gnex doesn't have Gorilla glass
    04-01-2012 12:17 PM
  12. FreakyLocz14's Avatar
    Gnex doesn't have Gorilla glass
    It has its owned type of fortified glass.
    04-01-2012 06:04 PM
  13. stimpy01234's Avatar
    It has its owned type of fortified glass.
    true
    04-02-2012 10:32 AM
  14. jyoti09's Avatar
    Screen guard is the best option, a little shiny screen cover will hide all scratch and protect screen from further damage.
    04-02-2012 01:06 PM
  15. shadowdog124's Avatar
    what grit if I'm using the right term lol
    08-22-2012 04:36 PM
  16. vor's Avatar
    remove screen protector you applied when new, replace with new one...
    08-23-2012 02:57 PM
  17. Mobimop's Avatar
    You can use Jeweler's rouge and an electric buffer (Dremel works) it's a lot of hard work and best left to a professional.
    08-23-2012 03:16 PM
  18. rob1261's Avatar
    yea screen protector all the way this phone scratchs way too easy
    08-24-2012 12:33 AM
  19. scottywilks's Avatar
    I have always loved the screen protectors from Screenguardz. Compared to the ones at Best Buy (forget which brand), they are extremely smooth and the anti-glare is great. Here's the one for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus...

    Samsung Galaxy Nexus Screen Protectors by BodyGuardz

    Also, if you already have scratches in your touch screen since you didn't have a screen protector there in the first place ( duh, ), you might check out the compound from these guys. It looks like industrial grade stuff or something of the sort.

    TDI-LLC Technology - Resurfacing Compound Set
    11-16-2012 09:47 AM
  20. ncguy's Avatar
    I have always loved the screen protectors from Screenguardz. Compared to the ones at Best Buy (forget which brand), they are extremely smooth and the anti-glare is great. Here's the one for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus...

    Samsung Galaxy Nexus Screen Protectors by BodyGuardz

    Also, if you already have scratches in your touch screen since you didn't have a screen protector there in the first place ( duh, ), you might check out the compound from these guys. It looks like industrial grade stuff or something of the sort.

    TDI-LLC Technology - Resurfacing Compound Set
    I think I would live with it or buy a new phone before I would pay $90 for that compound. I think a screen protector will cover up or lighten most existing scratches.
    11-25-2012 05:17 AM
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