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Nov 13, 2007, 10:13 PM
Anybody have any suggestions as to the best way of applying these clear film without getting absolutely no dust at all? I just got one that really works nice with anti-glare but some how whenever i tried to fix it, it gathered up more dust. :(
Nov 14, 2007, 12:18 AM
The best way is to turn on your shower on hot for a while and let the bathroom become steamy. Then let the steam out for a while so u don't get condensation on ur screen, then apply it inside the bathroom. You won't have a single dust flowing inside since it's all weighted down by the steam.
Nov 14, 2007, 02:13 AM
I washed everything down and left the counter surface wet. Then I got my cutting board which was totally clean and put the touch on it. I wiped the screen with a slightly damp cloth and quickly dried the surface with a hairdryer. I then applied the screen protector. Not a spec of dust could be found.
Nov 14, 2007, 02:19 AM
i just got the pelican screen guard for the psp and cut it to make it work on my ipt. can this same method work for this?
whenever i try to reapply static stickers, they never stay as well as the first time. any hints?
Nov 14, 2007, 03:47 AM
Power Support just released the itouch screen protectors last Friday. :) I ordered one and it came today. It's perfect! I got the crystal film set cause I like the glossy look.
Just be patient and clean when applying the films, it's not too difficult. Don't take the plastic backing off right away. Use a lint-free cloth to slowly guide it off the backing from one end to the other.
Crystal Film Set - glossy, some fingerprints, but can easily clean it
Anti-glare Set - no fingerprints, reduces glare -- looks like an lcd monitor.