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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

seriously angered, SCRATCHES!


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hey guys,

as you can probably imagine, im pretty bent about some scratches on the outer case of my new iBook g4

i dont know how they got there, because i carry the thing in a sleeve all the time, and only use it in areas i consider clear of all scratch-causers. anyway, is there a way to remove them, or at least get it in better shape?

thanks :confused:
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dont worry about it no matter how hard u try ull get scratches on it, it seems the harder i try not to get scratches on something they happen quicker
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Very cool
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Try Ice Creme, it consistently receives great reviews: http://www.radtech.us/Products/Icecreme.aspx
I heard pretty good reviews on this product...and it's not that expensive...
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This will sound strange, but I use Dupont Car polish (white)...leaves a great shine and will fill in scratches...
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mine came with scratches on the bottom. no idea why or how. today? my iBook is scratched everywhere, no idea how as i rarely take it out as it sits on my desk mainly. don't worry, nothing you can do. as long as its not damaged.
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