Scratched screens on mobile devices can now be easily repaired

Press Release : August 03, 2020
Scratched screens on mobile devices can now be easily repaired

/ins  Mirka’s new patent-pending solution for smartphone refurbishing, Remint, removes cosmetic flaws in minutes, restoring uniform gloss on chemically hardened glass in a low-cost and environmentally sound process.

Remint™ is the Finnish manufacturer’s new series of abrasive and polishing compounds aimed at repairing scratched displays.

“It will revolutionize the way screens are repaired on smart mobile devices”, says Mårten Eriksson, Business Manager at Mirka. “It makes it possible to remove all scratches and get a brand-new surface that is easy to polish to a like-new condition in just minutes.”

Cosmetic flaws are a common challenge in the smartphone refurbishing market, where a damaged screen must often be replaced before the device can be resold. The same applies to tablets and smartwatches.

“With a reduced need to replace devices or device screens, Remint™ can make a real difference to the smartphone refurbishing market and sales of used devices”, Eriksson says. “It restores uniform gloss on chemically hardened glass and is suitable for both factory refurbishment of devices, and as a tool in repair specialist shops.

More information

Mårten Eriksson, Business Manager, Mirka

marten.Eriksson@mirka.com

+358 20 7602 211

Mirka

The Finnish family-owned company Mirka Ltd is a world leader in surface finishing technology and offers a broad range of ground-breaking sanding solutions for the surface finishing and precision industry. Thanks to high quality sanding and polishing products, and innovative power tools with digital services and connectivity, a Mirka solution delivers real benefits to customers in terms of speed, efficiency, surface finish quality and cost effectiveness. In 2018, turnover was 286,7 MEUR with approximately 1400 employees. Mirka has 18 subsidiaries located in Europe, Middle East, North and South America as well as Asia. Headquarters and production are in Finland, additionally bonded abrasives production is located in Italy.

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