The internet is abuzz with users posting photos on social networking sites showing scratches on the stainless steel casing of Apple Watch.
Available in three distinct collections, Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch Edition, the wearable devices come in two sizes, 38mm and 42mm.
Crafted from redefined 316L stainless steel, an alloy that is corrosion resistant and cold forged, makes the Watch 80% harder. Designed to be worn during all daily activities, from morning workouts to nights out, the wearable device uses iOS based user interface created for smaller devices.
While there is no official word from Apple so far, a few users confirmed the scratches on their devices.
A scratch-less Apple Watch
However, you shouldn't worry too much if you have got scratches on your stainless steel Apple Watch. YouTube user, Dom Esposito has published a video showing how to fix the scratches.
All you need is about $5-$10 to buy Mag & Aluminum Polish or any other metal polish. The Mag & Aluminum Polish re-polishes and removes any scratches on the surface.
Just take little metal polish on the rag and rub it hard against the surface or on the particular places where you have got scratches. You will notice the tip of the rag has turned dark and removed the scratches completely.
Keep in mind that stainless steel is susceptible to scratches and even softer than the 7000 series aluminum used in Apple Watch Sports.
Check the video showing how scratches on the stainless steel Apple Watch can be easily removed.