1. MONDINGO's Avatar
    Is there any way to get scuff marks off the HTC One? Not scratches, just marks. Not sure if I should try some kind of liquid like alcohol..
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    09-06-2013 12:17 PM
  2. MONDINGO's Avatar
    Anybody? Somebody here must know a way!

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    09-06-2013 01:27 PM
  3. BygSii's Avatar
    I just use lens cleaner. Comes right off. Unless it's a permanent scuff. Where is this scuff at?
    09-06-2013 01:33 PM
  4. MONDINGO's Avatar
    I just use lens cleaner. Comes right off. Unless it's a permanent scuff. Where is this scuff at?
    It's on the back. It was a warranty replacement phone. It works perfect except the marks are bugging me. It's right by the camera lens and the IR hole on the top right. Looks like 3 scuff lines. I do put it in a case. But just knowing it's there drives me nuts. Lil

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    09-06-2013 01:36 PM
  5. Habiib's Avatar
    I hear that a pencil eraser might work for certain materials. Couldn't hurt to try.

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    09-06-2013 01:52 PM
  6. Good OL MC's Avatar
    I hear that a pencil eraser might work for certain materials. Couldn't hurt to try.

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    Yes! A pencil eraser usually does the trick.


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    09-06-2013 01:55 PM
  7. chrisxpierce's Avatar
    From a Poster in the XDA forums: "fixing" any damage to the aluminum casing of the M7 is the same as with any other clear anodized aluminum: you can use fine and ultra-fine scotch brite pads (grey and white, respectively) to blend the finish back in to the glass-bead finish, if there is raised surface/dent caused from the damage then it needs to be cut down with a fine needle file or scraper prior to the scotch brite. it's best not to remove material if possible since it exposes the raw aluminum, but done properly it can be blended very well and once oxidized it will look fine. If you're a real expert with finishing you could bag the phone with a taped off exposure of the damaged spot, and glass-bead blast the spot followed by brightening with the pads... and produce a semi-raw finish almost identical to the stock finish of the M7... I know the finish very well as I've done a lot of aluminum parts in that finish (both semi-raw and anodized).

    Its origin: Removing marks from HTC One - Page 2 - xda-developers
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    09-06-2013 02:29 PM
  8. MONDINGO's Avatar
    Thanks for the replies everyone. I'll try the pencil eraser first. If not I'll just live with it. See what I can do,

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    09-06-2013 02:33 PM
  9. Paul Bridgeman's Avatar
    Can you take a photo and post, we can all see, might be easier to advise.

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    09-06-2013 02:47 PM
  10. MONDINGO's Avatar
    Can you take a photo and post, we can all see, might be easier to advise.

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    I'll try to do that tonight or tomorrow.. Thanks


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    09-06-2013 03:39 PM
  11. wetink's Avatar
    They sell products that do that at auto parts stores. Really it's true.

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    09-06-2013 03:52 PM

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