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  1. aristile's Avatar
    Oh man ... you guys!
    04-06-09 05:37 PM
  2. dreis13's Avatar
    i just use post-it notes thingy (not the sticky side) to get through the edges and the top part of the screen. LOL!
    04-06-09 08:04 PM
  3. belle m
    I just rinse my phone off under the faucet and then dry it immediately.
    You get the dust out from under the screen that way? Bad idea if you ask me... In my experience, opening up the device is the most efficient method. It took me a while to get the guts to take my BlackBerry apart, but once I did it, I was super happy I did. Plus, my screen looked amazing afterward.
    04-06-09 08:15 PM
  4. edkim4583's Avatar
    I try to avoid extra work if possible so Ill power the phone down and leave it in my pant pocket when I do the laundry. Comes out smelling of Downey Summer Linen to boot!
    04-06-09 08:19 PM
  5. mauro99's Avatar
    dude its a phone not a baby
    04-06-09 09:20 PM
  6. ExploitS's Avatar
    I'm not going to take it apart until my warranty expires.. But thanks for all the replies.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    04-06-09 11:11 PM
  7. Icephyre's Avatar
    You get the dust out from under the screen that way? Bad idea if you ask me... In my experience, opening up the device is the most efficient method. It took me a while to get the guts to take my BlackBerry apart, but once I did it, I was super happy I did. Plus, my screen looked amazing afterward.
    Way to time consuming. Rinsing it underneath the faucet works just as well and is more time efficient, plus it doesn't void your warranty
    04-07-09 02:41 AM
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