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How to De-gloss Your Glossy Nintendo DS

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What do you get when you combine a man with a glossy DS Lite and a hatred for gloss? A sanded down DS Lite, of course. A guy took a file, a buffering tool, and some sandpaper to the front and back of the DS. The result is a mostly matted finish with some glossy parts around the lettering on the back that he didn’t want to sand off.

A warning though, the intermediate shots on his site are painful to see.

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