Screen Protector

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  1. Lah~Lah

    Lah~Lah New Member

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    Is it true that applying a screen protector in front of a fan will reduce the possibility of dust getting trapped between the protector and the screen?

    Thanks,
    Lah~Lah
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    C000LIN New Member

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    lol, I've never heard of this but it would make sense...since it would be blowing the dust away from your iPod.
  3. Lah~Lah

    Lah~Lah New Member

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    yeah! CHA BARRAGE!
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    eric_chaos Well-Known Member

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    But what if it blows dust, into the screen protector?

    hmm...
  5. Garrett67

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    You could spray the entire room down with a hose.............. no dust!
  6. Lah~Lah

    Lah~Lah New Member

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    lol, i heard applying a screen protector in a steamy room is the best... like after a shower or something...because then there will be no dust. Can someone confirm this?

    CHA BARRAGE!
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    Not in a sauna though, too much condensation will get into your iPod
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    Lah~Lah New Member

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    lol, i don't think i'm gonna be taking my beloved iPod into a sauna

    LOVE WIND!
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    pretty sure a fan will make it much worse... it'll pick up the dust around it, and blow it straight into the screen protector... taking a long shower, closed door, then putting it on makes the most sense.
  10. Lah~Lah

    Lah~Lah New Member

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    but won't the steam stick between the protector and screen? then it will be all wet D:
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    So does anyone here have a consistent and easy/ successful way of applying these stupid stubborn pieces of plastic?

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