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Hey guys I have a few fine scratches on my NAV screen that are really only noticeable when the suns shines of it. It really looks like hell when it does though. Any luck with any scratch "removers" ? or any other tips to remove them? thanks.
 

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McGuiers (sp?) Car wax has a professional polish for plastic surfaces to refinish and remove scratches - try that. Otherwise go back to dealer. I've got passingers touching the screen all the time thinking it is a 'touchscreen' or there are decals on it :helpless:
 

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BadCad said:
McGuiers (sp?) Car wax has a professional polish for plastic surfaces to refinish and remove scratches - try that. Otherwise go back to dealer. I've got passingers touching the screen all the time thinking it is a 'touchscreen' or there are decals on it :helpless:
Actually, I have used aluminum wheel polish, mothers, simichrome etc with some success on clear plastic. Aside from replacing the unit, try a tiny amount and see how it looks. Or the above Meguiars for finishing.
 

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f2000keith said:
On a side note, what do you guys use to clean the nav screen without scratching it?
i use the soft cleaning rag that comes with OAKLEY shades. works great removing dust and finger prints without scratching the screen.
 

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CTS-VETTE IS PROBABLY USING THE BEST THING. My in dash TV in my truck cam w/ a cleaning cloth for the lcd tv. I use it in my car and my tv in my house. If you don't let to much dust gather the cloth should last awhile. I'm going on 2 years.
 

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CTS-VETTE IS PROBABLY USING THE BEST THING. My in dash TV in my truck cam w/ a cleaning cloth for the lcd tv. I use it in my car and my tv in my house. If you don't let to much dust gather the cloth should last awhile. I'm going on 2 years.
thank ya......thank ya very much i been using this method for a few years now especially on my home LCD tv's and LCD computer monitors work great with no complaints here.
 
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