1. BB.dbai's Avatar
    if i have a screen protector that is reusable, but you have to wash it, how do you get it dry? cause if i air dry it, dust just gets on it. so how do i get it dry fast while keeping it clean? thanks
    09-22-09 06:11 PM
  2. inomad's Avatar
    if i have a screen protector that is reusable, but you have to wash it, how do you get it dry? cause if i air dry it, dust just gets on it. so how do i get it dry fast while keeping it clean? thanks

    I've wondered that, too. I just installed a Zagg protector on my 8900, and there's a piece of dust stuck in the middle. I want to remove it and clean it, I don't see how one can keep dust or other debris from sticking to it while cleaning it.
    09-23-09 06:13 PM
  3. FF22's Avatar
    Eyeglass microfiber cloth. One suggestion I recall from applying one of the "glue on" types to my mp3 player - work in a steamy room after a shower as the moisture reduces airborne dust.

    Or just work in a cleaner environment.

    One other trick from Martin-Fields reuseable protectors - use scotch tape to "grab" dust particles from the underside or the screen.
    09-23-09 06:46 PM
  4. TaZ52083's Avatar
    Scotch tape does the trick got to try that one.
    09-24-09 11:37 AM
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