I'm sure you guys all know the pain of a getting a nice bit of retro swag, only to find it's covered in scratches. Jewel cases are particularly bad when it comes to scratch-ability, but don't worry, there's a solution! While you can try and buff the scratches out with toothpaste, you normally end up trading big scratches for a series of small ones. What I've found works really nicely is this stuff: Meguiar's PlastX, it's intended for removing scratches and clouding on car headlights, but it also works really well for removing scratches on other transparent plastics, in particular CD jewel cases. Here's a good example, I've got a Playstation case that was all scratched up and treated just the center for comparison: Much better isn't it? Those "specks" you can see is actually dust that's on the other side of the plastic, so ignore those. I also treated the jewel of an Xbox, it certainly helped to remove the light scratches, but I coulden't really remove the deeper ones. This is probably because the plastic is harder than the plastic used in jewel cases, maybe multiple treatments would slowly improve it. Anyway, I hope you guys found this to be helpful!