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DIY with iCleaner

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you've heard it a hundred times by now. the nano gets scratched, easily. in fact, all iPods do.. so do the iBooks. well, sometimes art has it's downfall. luckily, there's a magic solution called iCleaner. i bought it a while back for my iBook and old iPod. after using it for several years, scratches build up and the loses its luster. the iCleaner removes scratches and puts the shine back in. it comes in several options, with polisher and scratch remover, and special cleaning cloths etc. but i went with the basic scratch remover, since i wasn't sure whether this works or not.
to my surprise, it did remove "most" of the scratches. the basic scratch remover can not do the deeper scratches especially on the metallic back of the iPod, but it works wonders with the plastic surface. the solution is brownish and leaves a strong metallic odor, but once it dries and wiped off, there's no residue left behind. you can opt to buy the "super cloth" made for cleaning the pods, but i'm not sure if that's necessary. i can say that this iCleaner solution truly works, and removes all minor scuffs. it's not really magic, as many of the deeper marks are still visible, but they say that the Ultra Pro kit can do a lot more. be sure to follow the instructions though, as the solutions are pretty powerful stuff.
35.00 USD for the pro kit, 14.95 for the basic. check them out HERE: [equipbug]
Nanoindex Icleaner Ultra Pro Large

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