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Samsung LE32R41B black plastic edge

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by MichaelP, Jul 19, 2005.

  1. MichaelP

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    I finally got my Samsung LE32R41B and I am very pleased, managed to get it from Webelectricals in the end and it is great with no dead pixels.

    One small thing I used a normal duster which was brand new to clean the black pastic edge around the screen. I know the special duster is sent with the TV but I thought that was just for the screen.

    Anyway the normal duster has caused a very slight scratch in a small patch of the black plastic nothing really that noticable but when close you can see it. I have heard of Displex Display Polish which can be used for IPods and Playstations and was just wondering whether it would work to remove the scrathes on this plastic around the TV?
     
  2. c.jelly

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    Try a bit of toothpaste.

    Works on CDs, so I don't see why it won't work on other plastics... :smashin:
     
  3. Just Some Ugly

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    c jelly - I have a scratch on one of my Millennium DVD discs, so do you leave the toothpaste on for awhile or remove it straight away?
     
  4. MichaelP

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    Strange tip about the toothpaste, I am not saying it will not work but various sites suggest that toothpaste has small crystals inside it which will in fact scratch the surface? have you heard of this?
     
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    Gently rub toothpaste over the problem scratch, and it will act as a filling glaze of sorts.
     
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    Do you wash the toothpaste off after woods?
     

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