I know they're obviously transparent, but I thought that because they're "anti glare" they might stop light from shining on a scratch and make it less noticeable. Do they do this at all, or would a scratch be just as visible? --- 3DS Friend Code: 0387 8761 0757.
#2SuperViolencePosted 7/15/2011 10:24:36 AM
I can't imagine that it would. --- I'd rather shoot for the moon and miss then aim for the gutter and make it.
#3I_am_GyaradosPosted 7/15/2011 10:32:42 AM
Yeah, they do, i mean if you're looking for them you'll probably be able to find them. --- "Oh my goodness...this I_am_Gyrados, is awesome." ~NickyTheNewt
#4theshovellerPosted 7/15/2011 10:50:21 AM
You could try one of those "scratch filler" things like they use on windshields and whatnot, but know right off the bat that I'm not sure how well it'd work - a windshield is glass while the 3DS screen is plastic, so it could totally screw up the screen and do more harm than good. I'm not responsible if you try it, it does worse stuff, and you get mad.