This Hack to Clear Scratches on Your Smartphone with Toothpaste is Ingenious

How many times have your phone survived the countless falls off your bed, the table, and on the toilet floor? If it is still in a working condition, it might have accumulated these ‘battle scars’. What if I tell you that there is a hack to clear those scratches on your phone? 


Clear Scratches on Smartphones

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If you’ve spotted a few scratches in your phone’s—or any other device’s—screen, your toothpaste is here to save the day. 

Simply just dab a bit of toothpaste at the end of a cotton swab or a soft cloth. Gently rub it into your screen’s scratches in a circular motion, being careful not to rub too hard and remove any surface coating. Then wipe the whole thing down with a soft, barely damp cloth.

You really need to find toothpaste, as gel-based toothpaste will do nothing but make a mess and leave you with those scratches you’re hoping to remove. And the trick is to just use a tiny bit of toothpaste! 


Clean MackBook Stains

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Furthermore, the toothpaste is able to get rid of the dirty palm stains that are the bain of white MacBook users everywhere. Your toothpaste has the ability to polish your MacBook like you wax your car: apply white stuff, clean off with a barely wet towel, stand back and admire the shine. The only difference is that you’re using a toothpaste- the white paste kind.

Simply rub a bit of the toothpaste in and wipe it off with a barely wet towel. It’s that simple! Perhaps its time to buy more toothpaste to stock up?  


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Vanessa Ong

Vanessa Ong

An eighteen-year-old girl who is fond of words and the wonders of the world. Perpetually lost in her own thoughts, easily excitable and appreciates a great deal of humour.
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