Could I damage the pixels on the monitor?

Hi. I sat as usual at the computer and saw a black dot on the screen of his MacBook and like a moron pokereval her fingernail, she hardly moved, but then this is the site (small dot) shimmers with color like a drop of water there, well, as if the pixels are visible.
Could it spoil the screen? Screen overall works fine, but the dot in the center and unrealistically angry. Can not understand how to fix it? Swiping with a fingernail on the glass this point, I feel there is some little bump.
macbook pro retina late 2013
I would appreciate Your advice.

Thank you
July 4th 19 at 22:46
3 answers
July 4th 19 at 22:48
Solution
On the monitor the dirt was, and you nail scratched screen.
I think so.
thank you) - Maci83 commented on July 4th 19 at 22:51
what do you mean by screen? I have scratched glass on top of screen? - Maci83 commented on July 4th 19 at 22:54
: there is no glass. in these screens, a single "sandwich" to change very much. to kill a perfectionist and move on. - ozella commented on July 4th 19 at 22:57
July 4th 19 at 22:50
Solution
You need a magnifying glass with good magnification to see what's out there.
Either you actually scratched the screen or have something stuck, but transparent.
Maybe the screen got something like a drop of solder or sparks from grinders, which melted the screen.
July 4th 19 at 22:52
Most likely just dirt. Something stuck. According to the description - this can be dried juice from fruit - eating Apple or watermelon close. He splashed and froze. On the retina screen with a sufficiently durable coating will not presume to say that it's glass, but it is definitely more durable coatings, such as on the Macbook Air, nail him not to scratch if not specifically pursue this goal. A microfiber cloth slightly damp should come out, or just to breathe and wipe with microfiber. Included cloth is good.

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