"Trucs et astuces pour réparer une vitre de smartphone égratignée ou cassée"

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Avec l'utilisateur accumulé du smartphone, les utilisateurs sont confrontés à un résultat indésirable. Chaque jour, des millions de smartphones tombent à l'écran au sol et se rayent.

Usually, the remedy would be to replace your screen or add a durable screen protector to protect the small scratches, but if for some reason you have missed out on those two options, here are a few tricks that may assist remove scratches.

Before you try any of these methods, ensure you have switched your phone off, take the battery out (if you can) and seal any ports with adhesive tape to prevent any water damage. Some of these techniques work for both screen and scratches on the body of the device.

That invisible glass is the best screen protector for your smartphone.

Toothpaste:

 

Toothpaste provides you nice breath and hides the scratches on your phone. This technique can fix a small scratch, or at least hide it.

Put a tiny bit of toothpaste on a cotton bud and rub it on the scratch, ensuring it doesn't find its way into headphone sockets, buttons or other vulnerable parts of your device. It will form your phone minty fresh, although it won't restore it to mint condition.

Vegetable oil:

This oil ain't just for cooking and rushing over salads. Again, this will hide the problem but won't completely fix it.

Just rub a dab of oil onto the scratch to conceal it.

But beware: the oil will rub off and will require to be reapplied.

A Plastic Bag:

 

 

Ensure your plastic bags are a bit clearer than these ones.

If your phone screen shatters, you can stop it obtaining worse by buying a screen protector.

But what if your finances are as smashed as your mobile?

Just wrap a thin, transparent plastic bag around the mobile and it should temporarily stop the problem obtaining any worse.

Sandpaper:

Start very slowly when sanding down your screen.

This is a technique that is not for the faint-hearted.

If a tiny mark appears on your phone, you can try to sand it down with paper or even use a grinding machine.

But don't sand too excitedly because you might not have a screen left.

Baking soda:

A folk remedy circulating online suggests a paste formed from two parts baking soda to one part water can fix screens.

Just form a thick paste and then use a cloth to rub it in.

This should whitewash the problem for a while.

Magic Erasers:

Magic erasers are the perfect size to erase out the minor scratches. But the looks can be more swindling and it works much like the sandpaper, therefore, the cautions remain the same.

Baby Powder:

 

This works the same way as the baking soda technique. Just replace the baking soda with baby powder but be alert with the water so you don’t do more harm than good.

Car scratch removal creams:

Car scratch removal creams can reduce minor scratches. Apply the cream to a clean soft cloth and rub it on the scratch in a round or circular motion. Then wipe off all the excess cream with a moistened cloth.

Car Polish or Wax: