The subject kinda explains it all... I have several PowerBook G3s and was wondering if anyone had any ideas on how to get the scratches out of them? Specifically the rubberized center parts.
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Please provide photos. I am a plastics restorations expert, but I cannot work in the dark.
Try very fine grit sandpaper, starting with foo and working up to 2000 grit. Always sand in a circular motion.
I would not mind buying one of those G3s, as-is. I used to have one--the one with the orange tinted keys, but at some point I lost it. It might be fun to have another. I have TiBooks that I could trade if you are interested in those at all.
I'm not really interested in parting with them at the moment. Also, I only have one Lombard and Pismo complete at the moment, and only the Pismo is fully functional. The rest of them are in pieces at the moment.