How do you remove scratches from a car's radio display?

I let my friend borrow my car and when I got it back, I noticed some scratches in the car radio display. What can I do to remove these scratches?

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I’m sorry to hear about those scratches! Luckily, though, you can probably fix the scratches yourself! You can apply any of these with a rag and then wipe the excess away to fix the damage:
  • Scratch elimination creams
  • Baby powder
  • Baking soda
  • Toothpaste
  • Vegetable oil
Each of these should ensure that you can clearly see your car radio display!
However, if the entire unit needs replacement, this may be covered by your car insurance, so check your plan!
If your insurance doesn’t cover damage like this, you may want to add a policy that will. To do this easily, check out the Jerry app—we’ll get you personalized quotes from top insurers in seconds, so that all you need to do is choose the policy that works best for you!
Eric Schad
Answered on Nov 08, 2021
Eric Schad has been a freelance writer for nearly a decade, as well as an SEO specialist and editor for the past five years. Before getting behind the keyboard, he worked in the finance and music industries (the perfect combo). With a wide array of professional and personal experiences, he’s developed a knack for tone and branding across many different verticals. Away from the computer, Schad is a blues guitar shredder, crazed sports fan, and always down for a spontaneous trip anywhere around the globe.
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