Magnus tG wrote:For years I’ve been using Brasso metal polish for light scratches on plastic clock parts, including vintage plastic ‘glasses’ (the bit that covers the dial) and even 60 year-old Bakelite, without any harm to the plastics. The stuff brings up plastics to a beaut shine too.
I did a quick web search and it appears to work well on iPod screens! However my advice is to use with caution
Oh, and under no circumstances, use cut & polish or even toothpaste - way too abrasive. I know, I've tried both
Magnus tG wrote:Oh, and under no circumstances, use cut & polish or even toothpaste - way too abrasive. I know, I've tried both
Pete wrote:Listening intently for any advice. I have a couple of similar small rubs on the eTrex Vista.
ajft wrote:Pete wrote:Listening intently for any advice. I have a couple of similar small rubs on the eTrex Vista.
I'm wondering if this'll buff out. Had a slight misfortune on the way home from work on Friday.
I wouldn't believe it possible, you drop a GPS on the road and it bounces to exactly the right spot to be hit by the right hand wheels of the first three cars behind you. You get to watch, and hear, WHACK WHACK, WHACK WHACK, WHACK WHACK. The fourth car missed, the driver of the fifth swerved out especially so that he too went over it.
I guess that makes for an expensive ride home.
ps anyone want to buy a second-hand USB stick with the capacity of a Garmin Edge 705? Amazingly, it does still function when plugged into the PC, just needs a fair bit of pressure on the USB socket to make contact internally.
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