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-The headlight solution that L Ptaff had suggested will potentially allow you to buff out the scratched plastic on your phone's narrow antenna lines. However the material on the flat back surface of your device is anodised aluminum. This is a silver metal with a very thin black top layer. Any heavy polishing is likely to strio the black color, revealing the lights bare metal underneath. However, at least if you try the pleasure polish alone, I doubt it would negatively the anodised coat.
+The headlight solution that L Ptaff had suggested will potentially allow you to buff out the scratched plastic on your phone's narrow antenna lines. However the material on the flat back surface of your device is anodised aluminum. This is a silver metal with a very thin black top layer. Any heavy polishing is likely to strio the black color, revealing the lights bare metal underneath. However, at least if you try the pleasure polish alone, I doubt it would negatively ffect the anodised coat.

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-The headlight solution that L Ptaff had suggested will potentially allow you to buff out the scratched plastic on your phone's narrow antenna lines. However the material on the flat back surface of your device is anodised aluminum. This is a silver metal with a very thin black top layer. Any heavy polishing is likely to strio the black color, revealing the lights bare metal underneath. However, at least if you try the pleasure polish alone, I don't it would negative affact the anodised coat.
+The headlight solution that L Ptaff had suggested will potentially allow you to buff out the scratched plastic on your phone's narrow antenna lines. However the material on the flat back surface of your device is anodised aluminum. This is a silver metal with a very thin black top layer. Any heavy polishing is likely to strio the black color, revealing the lights bare metal underneath. However, at least if you try the pleasure polish alone, I doubt it would negatively the anodised coat.

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Metin:

The headlight solution that L Ptaff had suggested will potentially allow you to buff out the scratched plastic on your phone's narrow antenna lines. However the material on the flat back surface of your device is anodised aluminum. This is a silver metal with a very thin black top layer. Any heavy polishing is likely to strio the black color, revealing the lights bare metal underneath. However, at least if you try the pleasure polish alone, I don't it would negative affact the anodised coat.

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