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Ice Creame alternatives?


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Just curious if there are any alternatives to Ice Creame at say Home Depot. I thought I overheard some guy at the Apple Store say he used some type of acrylic polish to take out fine scratches on his iBook. but i don't want to use just anything! There is a store that is about 1.5hrs away that has Ice Creame but don't wanna drive that far. I guess i could always order it but was wondering if there is a cheaper alternative, thanks!
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Some people will suggest Brasso. But with Brasso, you really need to get that elbow working, and you need to keep rubbing whatever you are to remove the scratches from. A good 5-10 minutes of scrubbing should do the trick. I like Brasso.

But if you are going to be getting the scratches out of an iPod, it might be a bit difficult. I would just recommend giving the back of your iPod the brushed metal look.

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