Hey guys, I've tried searching around both on here and on Google and I have not found anyone who personally, first hand, used this product on the Droid X touch screen.
Bottom line, I got the Droid X about a month or so ago. I used a plastic phone case from Verizon for the first several weeks (which didn't protect the screen at all, but did save the body of the phone from a couple accidental drops!). A couple weeks ago I decided to take the plastic case off my phone since it made the phone much bigger and retained a lot of dirt/lint under the clear plastic making the phone uglier lol.
Bottom line, everything has been going fine... except I just recently noticed that my touch screen has a few very small scratches on it from being in my pocket I assume. The scratches cannot be seen when the screen is on. The screen needs to be black and if you tilt it in the light a bit the scratches are visible. They don't affect touchscreen performance at all... but I really want to keep this phone as MINT as possible. Thought the Gorilla Glass was supposed to help avoid small scratches like this from being in my pocket... but apparently it didn't work.
So... I ordered what is supposed to be the best screen protector out there (Skinomi or something like that). Only problem is this doesn't help me get rid of the current scratches! So I started looking around for something that could remove the current, very small scratches. Ran across a product called DISPLEX Scratch Remover & Lens Polish. Seems like exactly what I'm looking for and even said it can be used with the Motorola Droid X. But then again on the same website, it says that it should NOT be used with touchscreen phones. So my question is.. how is it able to be used with the Droid X but not touch screen phones (when the Droid X is a touchscreen lol)?!
I called the people and I got someone that could hardly speak English that basically just repeated the website to me "No, it is not compatible with touchscreen phones". "So why does it say it can be used with the Droid and Droid X?". No real answer other than him repeating himself.
I've tried researching if anyone has tried this product with the Droid X... or any other methods they may have used to remove small scratches on the Droid screen without damaging the touchscreen at all. Unfortunately, I haven't found any real valuable input.
If ANYONE has used this DISPLEX product on a Droid phone PLEASE let me know what your results were like ASAP. The product has already been shipped, so I have the choice of either keeping it for $11 (after shipping) or sending it back and only getting $5-6 back (shipping cost as much as the product itself lol). So I am thinking I will likely keep the product for future use not only on phones but any plastic screens or lenses.
I just don't want to try it on my Droid X if it is going to mess up the screen... even though the phone IS warrantied... I'd rather not risk getting screwed if Motorola refused to cover it.
ALL input is much appreciated... even if you haven't used DISPLEX before but have used other methods to get rid of small scratches on the Droid screen.