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So I got a Digimon D3 and noticed the screen scratched up here and there. I'm rather OCD about my stuff so looked for a way to fix the screen if possible. I read about Displex on here but was iffy about spending so much on such a tiny bottle of something I wasn't sure would work. Looked around online and then found out about Meguiar's Plastx.

 

This stuff works great, it's not harsh at all and got rid of most of my scratches. It's a plastic cleaner and polish all in one and it's only about 6 bucks at Wal-Mart for a 295mL/10 fl oz bottle. A lot more for your buck than Displex! You can find it in the automotive section next to the waxes.

 

Here's a link to it on the store site: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Meguiar-s-Plast-X-Clear-Plastic-Cleaner-and-Polish/16550253

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Weird question, do you have a gameboy or anything else kind of related, different types of plastics,.

I would LOVE some before and after pictures if possible as well :)

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Weird question, do you have a gameboy or anything else kind of related, different types of plastics,.

I would LOVE some before and after pictures if possible as well :)

 

I only have a DS Lite and a 3DS and with touch screens and such I wouldn't recommend this product, it may be too harsh. The GBA I had I sold, and I gave my GBA-SP to a friend. I also sold my PSP.

 

I tried it on my LG Octane phone external screen and it didn't help much if at all--the plastic is probably different than those used for vpet screens. I'll take a look and see what I've got, though.

 

Also, it's originally used for cars, but you can see how to use it and how it works here as this young man uses and reviews it:

 

http://youtu.be/KJKZjWKyWyU

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So I just got a Nano Bunny today and noticed the screen had multiple scratches on it and a ding. I managed to clean it up with Plastx and I took before and after pictures to show you the results.

 

Before:

 

http://imgur.com/OdHLs

http://imgur.com/rzBEx&CQ0qp

 

After:

 

http://imgur.com/k4IpX

http://imgur.com/1r3hI

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