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Didn't know where would be the best place to post this...But a while back, I used my fingers to clean the dust off the screen, which was a huge mistake lol, and it left a ton of little scratches.

Does anyone know a product that will help or how to make these not look so bad?

Here's a pic

 

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I encountered that same problem the 2011 5.0 GT/CS that I just did the dealership screwed it up trying to remove some paint overspray that got in the interior. They are just going to get it replaced under factory warranty for the owner.
 

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You might could try Meguiars PlastX cleaner
 

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I have that issue, just not as bad so i haven't tried to correct it yet! ^^^ try plastic x
 

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Or you could get a touch screen indash, the don't show scratches very well :D
 

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^^^ lol taking the easy way out!!!! :shiftyeyes
 

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K thanks guys, I'll keep and eye out for the plastx
 

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I dont think I would put plastix on a LCD screen...Isnt that section an LCD screen?
 

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Givin the fact that the letters/numbers are comprised of dots, i would say its not an LCD screen. If it was LCD, it would be whole shapes, not dot matrix style.

I don't know that for sure, but thats my guess.
 

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Is it a crystal deal display? If so I would still be careful
 
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