Vita's screen is scratched. Can this be used to remove them?

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User Info: Mister Money

Mister Money
3 years ago#1
I was wondering if "Polywatch," the same stuff used to polish watches, could be safely used on the Vita's screen.

Just curious.
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User Info: stargazer64

stargazer64
3 years ago#2
Only one way to find out.
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User Info: thinkingofwar

thinkingofwar
3 years ago#3
Let us know how it works!
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User Info: Sunshinelady

Sunshinelady
3 years ago#4
"The plastic glass is very slightly dissolved and ground down by tiny abrasive particles."

That doesn't sound good at all. That isn't a scratch filler, its a polishing abrasive.
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User Info: Sosdoc

Sosdoc
3 years ago#5
I personally doubt it, it may even scratch it further.

User Info: marsvalient

marsvalient
3 years ago#6
Sunshinelady posted...
"The plastic glass is very slightly dissolved and ground down by tiny abrasive particles."

That doesn't sound good at all. That isn't a scratch filler, its a polishing abrasive.


Just reading that quote I'd think it was describing sand paper O.O
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User Info: schadow

schadow
3 years ago#7
Hold the Vita over a candle until the screen is all mushy, then re-flatten it with a spatula.

Let us know how it goes. Good luck!
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User Info: calvinliang

calvinliang
3 years ago#8
Should've had a screen protector on.
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User Info: Mister Money

Mister Money
3 years ago#9
calvinliang posted...
Should've had a screen protector on.
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Actually, I do. My question was actually a hypothetical, in case I purchase a used Vita as a second unit. :)

But since the auction I was eyeing used, this topic is now moot, and will be closed in a few minutes.
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