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We all know and love the sleek, iconic look of Apple iPods. The design of their latest generations of products are gorgeously minimalist, futuristic, and let's face it, ...
Supplies: a nail buffing block a soft cloth and of course, an iPod to buff As far as I've seen, no one's thought to use a nail buffer ...
Find the side of the buffing block labeled "1". This is the roughest side of the buffing block, and will smooth out the deeper scratches and make them ...
Find the "2" side of the block and do the same. This side is a finer abrasive than the step "1" side, and smooths out the scratches further, ...
Using the step "3" side, start to polish the back of the iPod. You can put a little more elbow grease into this step, as this side (and ...
With the final "4" side, give your iPod one more polish.
Some metal dust probably got all over the back of your iPod and the Apple logo, but this is easily fixed by a quick wipe with a soft ...
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