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

Macbook - Lots of small and large scratches on the outside


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chaslam

 
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Ive got alot of scratches (god knows how they got there) on the outer casing of my macbook. Im very annoyed as ive tried to keep it as "non scratched" as possible.

Is there any type of good scratch remover that works on the macbook?
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Ive got alot of scratches (god knows how they got there) on the outer casing of my macbook. Im very annoyed as ive tried to keep it as "non scratched" as possible.

Is there any type of good scratch remover that works on the macbook?
what color is yours?

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White.
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White.

hmm..well im not sure what could rebuff the surface of it...may I ask, what sort of activities your macbook is involved in to give it a scratchy exterior?

edit: I re-read your post. dont worry about answerin gmy question heh

well i dont think i can be much help. sorry neye:

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Check out Ice Creme from Radtech.

http://www.radtech.us/Products/Icecreme.aspx

It will remove scratches. You should double check if it's ok to use on ur white Macbook.

After you rebuff out the scratches, invest in an invisible shield.

www.shieldzone.com

That will protect from future scratches!

Cheers.

BLACK MACBOOK (2GHZ, 2GB HDD, 80GB HDD, SUPERDRIVE) <=> RED APPLE LOGO!
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I have lots of small scratches all over my case too and I really don't mind. it's just wear and tear.
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