Removing Scratches from a Cell Phone Screen

Cell phone screens can easily get scratched during everyday use. This is a guide about removing scratches from a cell phone screen.

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Question: Scratches on a Cellphone Screen

By jj 1 4

Can I remove a scratch from my cellphone glass?

By JJ from Atlanta

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By Suntydt 75 877 Flag

April 23, 2010

Alot of cell phones have a protective plastic that covers the screen. If yours did you may be able to peel it off to remove the scrattch. If not there is really nothing you can do.'

Maybe you can find a used broken cell phone (same as yours) at a yardsaloe and take it apart. It may be possible to change the screens. You take a big risk though.

Another option is most cell companies I think have a trade program where you can trade in your phone for a newer model. The catch is your contract with them usually starts over. There may be othr things but you could ask or check out the company website you have a cell phone with and read what they have to offer.

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