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    Is there a way to fix scratches on your keitai's body?

    I have a few small scratches on the body of my keitai and it annoys me very much... Can I fix it the same way you fix car scratches, using one of those filler pens? Or is there another way?

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    Change the housing

    It's all good (^_^)

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    Finding parts for keitais overseas are a pain. Would a scratch filler pen work?

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    You can try it. I've never bothered if there's scratches on my stuff.

    A phone is meant to be used. If there's scratches... it happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IonNuke View Post
    You can try it. I've never bothered if there's scratches on my stuff.

    A phone is meant to be used. If there's scratches... it happens.
    Somehow my 770SH is telling me that you speak the truth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by squeenix View Post
    Somehow my 770SH is telling me that you speak the truth!

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    Of course. But then I have several phones so if one gets too beat up from use then... I go through the phone shelf and pick out another one lol ^.^

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    Quote Originally Posted by IonNuke View Post
    Of course. But then I have several phones so if one gets too beat up from use then... I go through the phone shelf and pick out another one lol ^.^
    That's the way to go, haha.

    But then again, I'd say, my 770SH is not nearly in as bad condition as you described it. I was expecting much worse. So it kind of always depends on your personal definition of "too beat up". (^__^;

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowflakess_90 View Post
    I have a few small scratches on the body of my keitai and it annoys me very much... Can I fix it the same way you fix car scratches, using one of those filler pens? Or is there another way?
    Haha you're just like me, I hate scratches.

    You can try some of those anti scratch remover but in my experience, they don't work. I haven't tried the filler pens but I doubt that those works as well.

    Next time when you buy a keitai or any other gadgets, check out Zagg Invisible Shield (I have these installed from my phone to laptop lol). It's a naked transparent body protector (it's similar from a screen protector but there is a big difference to their quality because it is created from a resilient film that was first used to protect U.S. Military helicopter blades from high-speed damage) which covers the whole entire thing. Unfortunately I don't think that they have a skin for every keitai but they sure have a lot of them. Also, always keep your gadgets in a microfiber pouch so that they wont get scratched up and ALWAYS and ONLY use a microfiber cloth when cleaning your gadgets. If you use something like a tissue for example, it will scratch your phone big time.

    Back then, a lot of phones had interchangeable faceplates, nowadays you can't take them off anymore unless you disassemble it. It sucks I know.

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