Modern laptops are designed with a great focus on the aesthetic value of the device. This fact is evident when you go through an electronics showroom and see the wide variety of sleek, and high-end stylish-looking devices. One such device is your MACBOOK PRO A1707. The MacBook is specially crafted to be the peak of performance and visual appeal.
You can remove scratches from your MacBook in several ways, depending upon the severity of the scratch. However, in general, homemade solutions don’t work on the anodized aluminum casing that the MacBooks are brilliantly known for. Tending to the soft-finished metal requires an approach that differs from removing scratches on plastic and carbon fiber.
Use Plastic Polish To Remove The Scratches
If you go out looking for dedicated MacBook scratch remover in stores, you will most likely come back empty-handed. Nonetheless, we must also forget that innocuous-looking items can be extremely beneficial. Using a commercial Plastic Polish is one such method to remove scratches from your MACBOOK PRO A1707. Pour an adequate amount of polish onto a microfiber cloth and slowly massage over the affected area on your MacBook. Make sure to rub the cloth in a circular motion, applying the polish across the affected area in an even manner.
Once you are done doing that the scratch or scratches should be now gone. Let’s suppose they aren’t, then you must repeat the process until the scratches disappear. The above-mentioned process works best when you follow the entire process thoroughly without any misadventures. After you’re done using the plastic polish, your MacBook will look as good as new, if not better.
Other DIY Methods
What if you can’t find plastic polish or a paint repair pen? Then what, will you not be able to remove the scratches from your MACBOOK PRO A1707? Well no, that’s not the case at all as we have a solution for your problem. You can remove the scratches by using a homemade scratch remover. You can use such solutions to not only repair your MacBook but also keep it neat and tidy. One thing to note is that when using such solutions, make sure to remove any protective skin or wrap you have put on the body or screen of the MacBook.
You can take on bigger scratches with the power of lemon slices and baking soda. What you have to do is, simply pour baking soda into a bowl and coat lemon slices with it. Rub those slices against the scratches in a back & forth manner, and gently squeeze the lemon to squirt the juices. Dip the slices in baking soda regularly during the process and continue to rub until the scratches disappear. One thing you must remain cautious of is not to overuse the lemon juice, otherwise, it might get inside the MacBook and disturb the electricals and make a minute problem gargantuan!