Smartphones, tablets and even smartwatches are electronic devices that we use every day and therefore run the risk that, simply by using them, the their glass screens scratch or wear out.
Although most of the devices have Gorilla Glass technology for their screens, they are not indestructible and later it can never happen that they get scratched no matter how much we protect them with cases or screen protectors.
However and as long as the scratches or scrapes are not very large - which would mean having to take the device to a repair shop to completely change the screen - a scratched screen can be repaired quite easily although unfortunately the results are not guaranteed.
The best tricks to remove scratches from mobile phone screen
No, unfortunately these tricks don't work to fix broken screens
Obviously all these tricks that we tell you below are not exact and it is possible that they will not work for everyone. We recommend that you first do the relevant tests on old devices or devices that we do not use and it is more than clear that in case you do them, them always do at your own risk.
Let's start with something we all have at home. It's the toothpaste, a very common product that, in addition to keeping our teeth in perfect condition, can also help us repair minor scratches on the screens of our electronic products.
To do this, we put a small amount on a damp cloth and we rub in a circular way on the scratch very carefully. Once this is done, we will pass another clean damp cloth to remove the excess toothpaste.
Using baking soda
Another very easy product to obtain is the sodium bicarbonate. Also, perhaps many of you have a boat or a package in your homes.
You must only mix two parts of baking soda with one part of water until obtaining a thick paste that we will apply in the same way described in the previous section with the toothpaste.
Depends on the type of scratches, screens can be repaired
If you have just had a baby, congratulations because in addition to having generated a new life, you can also repair the scratches on your mobile. Not with the boy or the girl, but with talcum powder.
We will simply use the same blend as before, two parts of this powder with one part of water to create a mass with which to try to stare at the screen of our device. Don't overdo it with water that technology and H2O don't get along very well.
With the magic of "magic" tires
Magic erasers are sponges that are mainly used to clean stains and dirt from walls. However, many users have confirmed that they also serve to repair minor scratches on the screens of phones or tablets.
Its use cannot be easier. You just have to buy one, remove it from its packaging and gently wipe it over the small scratch until it disappears. In case it works great, if it doesn't work we can always use it to clean the wall.