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Version actuelle par : oldturkey03 (détails du vote) ,

Titre:

Ideas of how to remove or cover up these scuffs?

Texte:

Guess what? I am thinking of buying yet another older Mac.
 
However, I try not to pay very much for these older Macs so I end up getting either broken systems to fix or Macs that are “bottom of the barrel” cosmetically.
 
I found a 2006 Mac Pro on eBay for 150$ that is fully working but cosmetically damaged.
 
Before buying this Mac I have a question…
 
[image|1588335]
 
How can I remove or cover up these scuffs so this Mac can actually look decent?
 
=== Update (11/05/2018) ===
 
Thank you both! I’ll try the sandpaper and epoxy first and then I’ll move onto spray paint if the epoxy and sandpaper is a no-go.

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Mac Pro First Generation

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Modifié par : Aaron Cooke ,

Titre:

Ideas of how to remove or cover up these scuffs?

Texte:

Guess what? I am thinking of buying yet another older Mac.
 
However, I try not to pay very much for these older Macs so I end up getting either broken systems to fix or Macs that are “bottom of the barrel” cosmetically.
 
I found a 2006 Mac Pro on eBay for 150$ that is fully working but cosmetically damaged.
 
Before buying this Mac I have a question…
 
[image|1588335]
 
How can I remove or cover up these scuffs so this Mac can actually look decent?
 
=== Update (11/05/2018) ===
Thank you both! I’ll try the sandpaper and epoxy first and then I’ll move onto spray paint if the epoxy and sandpaper is a no-go.

Appareil:

Mac Pro First Generation

Statut:

open

Modifié par : Aaron Cooke ,

Titre:

Ideas of how to remove or cover up these scuffs?

Texte:

Guess what? I am thinking of buying yet another older Mac.
 
However, I try not to pay very much for these older Macs so I end up getting either broken systems to fix or Macs that are “bottom of the barrel” cosmetic quality productscosmetically.
However, I try not to pay very much for these older Macs so I end up getting either broken systems to fix or Macs that are “bottom of the barrel” cosmetic quality productscosmetically.
 
I found a 2006 Mac Pro on eBay for 150$ that is fully working but cosmetically damaged.
 
Before buying this Mac I have a question…
 
[image|1588335]
 
How can I remove or cover up these scuffs so this Mac can actually look decent?

Appareil:

Mac Pro First Generation

Statut:

open

Message d'origine par : Aaron Cooke ,

Titre:

Ideas of how to remove or cover up these scuffs?

Texte:

Guess what? I am thinking of buying yet another older Mac.

However, I try not to pay very much for these older Macs so I end up getting either broken systems to fix or “bottom of the barrel” cosmetic quality products.

I found a 2006 Mac Pro on eBay for 150$ that is fully working but cosmetically damaged.

Before buying this Mac I have a question…

[image|1588335]

How can I remove or cover up these scuffs so this Mac can actually look decent?

Appareil:

Mac Pro First Generation

Statut:

open