mrx438: It removes the oleo phobic layer. You are a crap cause my ipad is wrecked.
If I could sue but I'm just a kid I can't. DONT LISTEN TO BOLDY HES LYING
General OFG: If i ever saw you in person can i shoot you and steal your money thank you.
Nicholas Morris: The eraser will smudge your screen and the smudges will never come off.
Before you do stuff like this I would call 1-800 MY APPLE
Ege Karacam: no it doesn't worked :(
JetSet11000: erase your brain
Troy Talk: You are beautiful... Thanks for the advice
Greta S: I have so many tiny scratches on my iPad screen and frame (it's black :| )
but you can only see them when I'm not using it. It poses no problem to me
but I don't know how they got there. My uncle, who works in the IT
industry, told me that I didn't need a screen protector as long as I kept
my iPad in a protective case when I wasn't using it. I don't wear rings or
bracelets, and I have short fingernails. I'm so gentle with my iPad, but it
is covered in scratches!
Ruben vto: You'll remove the oleophobic layer, believe me i tried.
Edward Mitchell: It worked! However, use eyeglass cleaner spray to get the eraser material
off of your screen.
Cole Denison: This didnt help. And it got this eraser marks all over it and I can't get
it off. Thanks a lot u sht
dashdeo: I have the same phone and a very little scratch, for how long did you have
to erase the scratch. Thanks!
depletable: Thanks, Skyler, you big douche.
birdylover100: DONT DO THIS ITS GONNA WRECK YOUR SCREEN!!!
Don Speedy: lol, I tried it on my Super AMOLED HD Plus of my note 2.It's not even LCD
but it worked... Millions of thanks I hate scratches... Useful tip the
eraser MUST be VERY CLEAN LIKE NEW. If it's not it won't work
LVSwift: So this works for hair line scratches? How long would you say you would
have to keep at it to see results?
Don Speedy: I don't replied to you(or yes?) but YouTube doesn't allow me to do that on
my note 2
Janet Garcia: A long time ago I was getting something form a top shelf when something
felt and landed right on my Cintiq 21 monitor scratching it. After seeing
your video, I decided to give it a try and to my surprise, the scratch was
'erased'! Thanks for the tip.
Fun Killa: It's not freaking working! Please respond immediately!
Tanjaaraus: Used to use the toothpaste thing for the scratches for the CD's on the old
PS1 games. sometimes it worked, others it didn't. Then again I was around 8
at the time and I don't think my pants was the best to clean the disk with
xxmetallicxx6: freak YOU U freakING BITCH U freakED UP MY SCREEN I HOPE YOU GET HIT BY A
freakING CAR -_-
Luna Wakefulness: Hmm hope this works!! XD
manbolo2: this is awsome, for opposite effect, use a pen
Ace Saiyan: *trolled ¯\(ºдಠ)/¯
Don Speedy: just erase it until it disappears. but don't press too hard because you
might erase the oleophobic coating(just thinking) now I'm not worried about
them again I think that I have tons. If ill see them and I'll be bothered
by them again, I'll erase them too. but they aren't showing when the screen
is on even at the lowest brightness
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