For darker marks, saturate a clean microfiber cloth with isopropyl rubbing alcohol and gently wipe.
Note: Not recommended on a regular basis for LCD or LED screens. There can be damaging effects (such as drying out the screen and making it brittle) of using rubbing alcohol for anything more than an emergency use.
Removing scratches from screens can be challenging, with mixed results.
Due to the delicate composition of screens and the various levels of damage caused by scratches, we cannot provide a clear answer to this.
Use caution if attempting to try a recommendation from the Internet.
To help minimize the appearance of scratches, applying a high-level anti-glare screen protector, such as our MXG with 85% anti-glare properties, or a privacy filter, may work.
Before you buy, try anti-glare or privacy filter sample(s) to see the results.