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September 28, 2005

Restore your iPod nano to new condition with a $4 can of Brasso


Does your iPod nano have unsightly scratches, Bucky? Ed Oswald at BetaNews points to the ultimate do-it-yourself fix from Todd Dailey:

So, you have a black nano and now realize that you should have purchased a case or a cover for it. But, it’s too late now, it’s already covered with barely visible scratches and marks that you can only see under a 500-watt lamp. Oh no! What will you do? Never fear, I put my nano at risk for your sake. I had read on Slashdot and a few other places that Brasso can restore an iPod to like-new condition, but I didn’t believe it myself, and I was a bit worried that it would have some sort of bad reaction with my iPod, such as melting it. After all, a $4 can of Brasso can’t compete with $20+ third party creams and polishes, can it? Read on…

Hit the link for the before and after pictures, and while it worked out fine, I’d still be rather nervous about doing it myself. And as one of the commenters at BetaNews remarks:

$4 if your time is worthless. 20 minutes? the thing isn’t even a month old! So what is that, a few hours a year cleaning? sweet I’m picking me one of these wrist exercisers right away!


Posted at 9:14 pm. Filed under Apple, Brands, Companies, iPod, MP3 Player, Portable Audio

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