|Jul 25, 2013, 01:34 PM||#2|
Over time, yes. Its all dependent on hard you wipe, and how often. It may last the life of the phone, or may start wearing away sooner.
I recall an old iPhone lost the coating in spots where I was constantly swiping.
Because its a coating that is not impregnated into the glass it could be worn off from excessive use
|Jul 25, 2013, 02:26 PM||#3|
Instead of wiping your screen with excessive force, use a microfiber cloth after fogging with your breath. If you got it really nasty with food, "slightly" dampen the cloth.
|Jul 25, 2013, 03:21 PM||#4|
Since most people can't tell if it's there or not (as evidenced by the threads asking about wiping it off, how long it lasts, etc...), I think I'm going to start selling "oleophobic coating in a jar".
"For the low low price of $39.99 ($5.00 discount for MR users!) you too can re-apply the coating you can't even tell you have!"
Send me orders.
*Product may or may not work, and may look suspiciously like a jar of air.
|Jul 25, 2013, 03:57 PM||#5|
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