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Displex Display Polish

by Displex
3.4 out of 5 stars 170 customer reviews
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  • Removes minor scratches
  • For mobile phones, MP3, PSP, etc.
  • Easily repaired
  • Revitalizer
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Product Description

The Displex Display Polish Classic Revitalizer removes scratches easily and quickly from classic displays without touchscreens. This special polishing paste allows users a do-it-yourself process to eliminate the scratches on non touch screen displays.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 72.8 x 29.5 x 8.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00CFLMIFC
  • Item model number: 00300
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (170 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,279 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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By Dan Lebryk TOP 100 REVIEWER on June 2, 2005
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This product is amazing. I'd read the reviews and recommendations for Displex on PSP forums. Frankly, wasn't sure it would perform. My PSP display was pretty much trashed with scratches from a cell phone rubbing against it and then my lame attempts with a polishing kit, rubbing compound, and automotive polish at removing those scratches. Basically, there were scratches absolutely everywhere. It takes a long long time rubbing, but all the scratches were removed and the screen returned to absolute mirror finish.

A couple of tips - a little goes a very long way. Use only one or two drops on an area and rub firmly and for a long time. That tube is probably enough to completely polish a PSP screen 10 or 20 times. A lamp shining on the display can help show where the scratches are while you polish. Do not save the cotton cloth used to do the polishing - they are disposable (the kit contains about 6 squares). If you try to reuse the cloth, it will actually scratch your dispaly from the dried product. Rub until you think your arm is going to fall off, and then keep going. It takes a lot of work. The PSP actually has two layers, a sort of clear topcoat that is pretty thick. Then there is a base of plastic. If the scratch is deep, you'll rub down through the clearcoat. Not to worry, that clearcoat does not affect the view. Lastly, once you've gone through all this trouble, buy either a plastic film screen protector or a case. You don't want to go through all this rubbing again.

June 15, 2011 - It's been six years since I wrote this review. I still have that original tube of Displex. I have used this on all kinds of scratches. I use this the most on DVD's. Netflix DVD's tend to have a lot of scratches on them.
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By Steve on April 18, 2005
I really got this to get rid of some scratches on my Sony PSP. It worked wonders. I was worried that it would leave kind of a White residue and ruin the screen, not the case here at all. I tired it on my Mom's glasses, they're like new. I tried it on a CD, it's just fine. You only need one drop. The thing I don't like it that you have to rub it for a bout 2-3 minutes and your fingers get tired. It should be in everyone's house, you never know what will happen
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A small statue fell off a shelf above my computer desk and created a very obvious two-inch scratch right in the middle of the LCD display on my new 20-inch iMac G5. After several months of research, including calls to Apple Computer, I finally happened upon Displex here. I ordered it from CoolCyberCats and received the tube in about three days! I used one drop on one of the included small cloth patches and rubbed over the scratch for about four minutes. The scratch is gone! The product worked beautifully! I don't know if it would work on a laptop LCD if it lacks a clear cover layer, but on my desktop machine it was a wonder. Both the product and the supplier exceeded my expectations!
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I couldn't even tell you how I did it, but I scratched the facing on my phone a couple weeks ago, and I'd only had it for about a month. I have a habit of obsessing over the condition of my most prized possessions, so of course, I had to search for a product that could remove the scratch. I came upon this and decided to give it a try.

I think the most intelligent thing you could do when faced with purchasing something you know nothing about is to look at the price. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. For $12 and change, including shipping and handling, I had to see if Displex was worth the hype and though I don't consider it a ripoff, I came out mildly disappointed.

The biggest problem with the scratch on my phone (an LG env2) was that it was half on the screen, half on a coated area. Judging from the other reviews, I was going to take my chances and ignore the warnings about polishing in coated areas because the phone just desperately needed a tuneup. Fact is, this product doesn't remove scratches, so to speak. It merely smooths out the surface the scratch is on. My scratch grew into more of a groove than anything else (something I could live with) but it's still more than visible with the naked eye. I'm not going to say it made it worse, but it didn't make it any better.

Also, don't by any means use on a coated area. I took my chances and it removed a little of the finish on my phone. Yes, it sucks, but someone has to be the first penguin to jump in the water, right?

I tried this on an old phone I don't use anymore, the facing of an iPod, and my current phone. This is the gist of what I've learned:
- You're flat out not going to remove deep scratches with this product.
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I tried Displex Screen Polisher on an older (2008) Samsung plasma TV with a scratched screen that had a prismatic effect caused by the scratches and got good results. It took a good 4 hours of polishing by hand. I can bring up a white screen and there is no more prismatic effect, it looks good under normal viewing conditions and I cannot tell the screen was ever scratched. The only negative is that polishing the screen removed the anti reflective coating from that part of the screen but it is not noticeable when viewing TV programs. I tried a Dremel tool with a small polishing wheel on a small area and learned that it only made things worse. The polishing wheel caused clouding which had to be polished out by hand. ...Hand polishing and lots of old fashioned elbow grease gave the best result. These were scratches, not deep gouges.
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