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Old 02-07-2009, 11:44 AM
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Scratches/Displex Display Polish

Does anybody know if "Displex Display Polish - Scratch Remover" is safe to use on my N97 screen...

Got some mild scratching on mine already (*sigh*) and it's really irritating me...

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Old 02-07-2009, 12:12 PM
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Attention: use only on non-coated surfaces and plastics; when used on mobile phones, treat only the transparent portions of the display lens. Not for use with touch screen displays.

The above was taken from the mobile fun website who retail Displex. I have had mixed results over the years with this product on non touch screen devices. I certainly wouldnt try it on my N97....... .

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Attention: use only on non-coated surfaces and plastics; when used on mobile phones, treat only the transparent portions of the display lens. Not for use with touch screen displays.

The above was taken from the mobile fun website who retail Displex. I have had mixed results over the years with this product on non touch screen devices. I certainly wouldnt try it on my N97....... .

Hope this helps

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Dagnammit!

Any suggestions for light scratch removal on an N97 anybody?
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Dagnammit!

Any suggestions for light scratch removal on an N97 anybody?
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best thing to do is get a martin fields screen protector, once its on u wont see those tiny scratches and ul have protection in future
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Are they again good or are they really bloody fiddly?
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Old 02-07-2009, 01:47 PM
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Are they again good or are they really bloody fiddly?
there very good, not to fiddly, and once its on u cant tell, there washable also, iv used them on every nokia iv had and not had any probs
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