Well, I’m such a klutz, a butterfingers, a boob, etc. I’m just darn clumsy & today I proved it. Today, when I got home from running errands, I put my wallet & cellphone on the hood of my car as I ran to grab the mail from the mailbox. I’m sure you can guess what happened next…my phone slid off the car & dropped smack dab on the concrete driveway.
I was soooooo incredibly relieved that there was no physical hardware or aesthetic damage to the cellphone itself. There were only 2 small scratched patches & a hairline crack on the corner of my phone case. I am so happy & glad & relieved (& all that stuff) that I purchased an extremely reliable & durable phone case. I’ve made mistakes in the past where I’ve purchased phone cases that were purely for looks & not for function. Now that I have a cellphone that I know I’m going to treasure & use for many years to come, I ended up getting a phone case that’s not only pretty, but very practical as well.
I’m just a little disappointed that I dropped my cellphone…ANNNNND…I dropped my cellphone so soon after I had purchased it. I’m also disappointed that I put my phone case to the test today. Oh, & I was trying so hard to be good & not make any accidents with my new cellphone. I try very hard to keep all of my electronic items in the best condition possible, & it always pisses me off when I do stupid things like this.
Well, on a positive note…I was able to save & re-use my phone case. There were 2 scratches on my phone case & one small hairline crack. Here’s how I fixed the little imperfections on my phone case:
- I used a manicure nail file to smooth down the rough patches. I used the strong side of the nail file to smooth down the scratchy parts & the buffer side to smooth out the scratch lines.
- Next, I used a clear Top Coat nail polish (with a nylon ingredient built in) to paint a light layer of coating on the slim crack. The nail polish I used is the Top Coat kind, because that’s the most durable part of a nail manicure. I made sure to paint 2-3 coats on both sides of the case to make sure the coating lasts.