What's the best way to do a dry install of a screen protector?

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by misdy, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. misdy
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    I have a wrapsol ultra skin that I need to install, and it's a dry install, which I have only done once before, and not really with great results. A re-positionable dry install screen seems like a good way to get dust under there. Any tips on how I should do it?

    Also, this wrapsol sticky really doesn't have fantastic directions other than unpeel and stick it on.
     
  2. Gav2k
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    In a bathroom that is steamy!
     
  3. Nishi100
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    Close windows
    Close doors
    Take iPad into bathroom
    Turn on shower
    Open shower door
    Wait
    Turn off shower
    Wait
    Wipe iPad down
    Start from home button
    Use sticky tape to remove dust
    Done.
     
  4. kalex
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    Bathroom with hot water running and latex gloves did the trick for me. also small pieces of scotch tape help to remove particles
     

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