How to fix small iPhone screen scratches

This could happen, you had your iPhone inside your pocket for too long, unfortunately, with your keys and some change. Boom, scratches. How do you fix it?


Take a small amount of white toothpaste. Avoid gel based ones. Put it on a small patch of cloth and rub it to the portion with scratches in circular motion. You can make the cloth get damp with a little bit of water. Check from time to time if the scratches are slowly going away by wiping with a separate clean cloth.

Repeat the step if needed.

Car Scratch Removal Cream

Car scratch removal creams such as Turtle Wax, 3M Scratch and Swirl Remover can minimize and get rid of scratches. Simply apply the cream to a clean, soft cloth and wipe your screen in a gentle, swirling motion.

Sandpaper & Drill Grinders

If scratches are at the back of your iPhone right in the aluminum part a little bit of fine grit sandpaper can be effective. Although only try this if you have prior experience handling sandpapers. For experts, drill grinders attached to a rotary tool like a Dremel is an even faster solution.

Baking Soda

This is much like the toothpaste method but you will have to do a little mixing first. To make a baking soda paste, mix 2 parts of baking soda to 1 part water. Don’t put too much water as it will make the mixture a little thin. If your baking soda paste mixture is perfect, apply it using a cloth to the scratched iPhone in circular motion.

Baby Powder

This is exactly the same as the baking soda technique but only using baby powders.

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