Brushed metal iPhone

Jeremy

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That looks awesome but I don't trust myself with a razor blade on my phone!:eek:

No need for a razor blade. I taped my phone up today just to test it out and was able to get it perfect without any razor. Just no scotchbrite pad.... but I may just have to pick one up this weekend.
 

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I may wait until I get a few scratches on the chrome, if that happens, but if you get it done this weekend post a few pics.

Will do!
I was thinking about doing the volume up/down and ringer switch too since it appears to be the same material.
 

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That looks really great, i might do it after i get a lot of scratches on mine. I wonder if there will be some cool method to make the back of the 3g iphones better. I already have a few scratches on the back :(
 

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That looks really great, i might do it after i get a lot of scratches on mine. I wonder if there will be some cool method to make the back of the 3g iphones better. I already have a few scratches on the back :(

Doubtful with it being plastic or some high tech plastic as rumored.
 

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Hey guys, just got done 'brushing' my iPhone and it looks great!
I'm cleaning it off now since the electrical tape did leave a little bit of a residue. I'll be posting some pictures soon!

Hopefully this link works:
MobileMe Gallery
Enjoy and sorry for having such a poor digital camera.
 
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