wash screen protector?

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  1. nbx909

    nbx909 New Member

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    is it possible to wash and reapply the screen protector at http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.9370

    i got a bit of black dust under the protector and it's bothering me however i don't want to ruin for a bit of dust though.
  2. stinkeye

    stinkeye New Member

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    Yeah, I have the same thing.. just mix a bit of hand soap with water in a glass, apply evenly to the protector, lay it on your touch, and take out bubbles with a credit card.

    Since the protector is static, you can wash it.
  3. jumbo5

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    Are all screen protectors washable? i got one with ISKIN,but i'm not sure if its washable.
  4. stinkeye

    stinkeye New Member

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    Is it adhesive or not? If not, it's washable.
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    We've seen a blender demonstration. How about a washer?

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  6. jumbo5

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    No ashesive,thats wat was mentioned in the manual,but it did have a tacky/sticky surface when i was applying it on the screen.how come?
  7. nbx909

    nbx909 New Member

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    That is what mine felt like, after washing it, once it dried it came back.
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    the screen doesnt scratch, why would you use a screen protector?
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    Don't use a credit card, the cloth that comes with your iPod works best. I heard scratch stories about credit cards.

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  10. stinkeye

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    Never thought of that- good point.

    Just do the above, take out bubbles with supplied cloth, let dry, and you're done.


    Jumbo, static protectors do feel like they "stick" to your touch when dry, but that is why they're static- if you're 100% positive that the protector isn't adhesive, go for it, you have nothing to lose.

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