Your phone screen is cracked, and for the next two years, you' re looking at spending a few hundred dollars to have it patched or peering through a crack.
Luckily, to help you out, we' ve got some life hacks. Knowing how to patch a broken phone screen can be a life (and wallet) saver without replacing it. To learn some of our neat phone- saving tricks, read on.
Toothpaste for restoring broken screens
If your phone has a tiny crack, you may be shocked to hear that toothpaste can repair it. Put a little dab of toothpaste on a cotton swab and put it on.
Then gently rub it into the gap, filling it in and leveling it off with the phone surface.
You must make sure that you don' t get too close to any headphone jacks or phone charging portals while you are doing this.
If it gets in the wrong places, it might affect somehow so gently rub it into the gap, but for a while, the tooth paste can help cover cracks on your smartphone.
Vegetable oil is fantastic for more than vegetables that are sautéed and deep- fried. It can also help cover a tiny gap in your phone temporarily. Rub a dab of oil into the scratch, and note that after a little bit, because it' s going to rub off, you' ll need to replace it.
It is important to remember that this trick only works with tiny cracks. Vegetable oil would only make the situation worse if your phone screen is broken. Instead, it might be time to start " cell phone screen repair close to me" googling.
But wait, " you might be saying, " I already broke the screen of my phone! What kind of good is a screen protector going to do for me now? "
But hear us out: it can be a very good idea to place a screen protector on your phone after it is already damaged.
You don' t want to chance it cracking any further or the broken glass causing damage to the device even though your phone screen is already cracked.
Putting a screen protector on it will help to keep the shattered parts intact, and it will also avoid further damages.
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