Zagg's New Gadget Cleaning Pump Foam is the *****.

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by HappyDude20, Oct 13, 2010.

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    HappyDude20

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    I'm bored at work and figured i'd share something I bought last night @ Best Buy.

    The Zagg Gadget Cleaning pump thing is awesome. Not only does it really get rid of the fingerprints and makes the screen look awesomely clear....but it's also antibacterial..which I love considering it's a full touch screen device.

    Iono. Just thought i'd mention that.
     
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    Thanks for testing this for me! Sounds like just what I need.
     
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    Is it safe to use on the iPad without a screen protector. I'm worried about damaging the screen coating like other chemicals do.
     
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    That would be my concern too.
     
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    what the heck?

    Is this the only thread we have on ZAGG Foam?

    I have used this product before with my ZAGG invisishield. But now that I don't use any sort of screen protector on my iPhone 5, I wonder if it is "OK" to use the foam on my naked iPhone. As mentioned above, ZAGG does not mention anything about oleophobic coating at all.

    Do you guys use this?
     
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    HappyDude20

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    What an old thread I started.

    Don't use it on a baked iOS device. You would eventually notice a difference. Happened on my first gen iPad.
     
  8. apierrec, Nov 14, 2012
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    I have it, I thought it is crap and overpriced, a pain in the ____, making my screens dirtier/foggier. I have to feel like endlessly rub / wipe them out with micro fiber cloth until they get really cleaned / fully clear.

    Only now I saw about it's negative impact on the oleophobic coating, I knew this product is no good. I hated the ****** Zagg skins which peeled off after few days of usage so I don't know why I fall for this crap.

    Lessons learned: I will never buy a Zagg product again.
     
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    MistaGavin

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    Excuse my ignorance, but what does that mean?
     
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    i found that the best product for clean screens or any apple devices is Klear is expensive stuff to buy but it worth it.

    https://www.klearscreen.com

    Protect your Apple® products from the Real World with iKlear Apple Polish by Klear Screen, the World’s most recommended screen and case cleaner. Whether cleaning off dirt, dust, or fingerprints, iKlear will be there for all your cleaning needs at work, at home, or on the go.

    iKlear’s unique, non-toxic and enviornmentally friendly formula is manufactured in our California facility. Unlike other cleaners, iKlear is anti-static and is alcohol, ammonia, and sodium lauryl sulfate free. Our polishing cloths, also made from the finest materials, are ultra-soft and optical grade. Trust iKlear to clean, protect & preserve all your Apple products.

    Cleans and Protects the Screens and Cases of your iPod, iPhone, MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac, all Glossy Screen Displays, Cinema & Studio Displays.

    My last bottle lasted three years that cheap
     
  11. macrumors regular

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    All of these things seem great, but how is this any better tan cleaning your phone with soap and water on a damp paper towel followed by wiping it down with a micro fiber cloth?
     
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    Oohara

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    Most likely a mistyped "naked"?
     
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    HappyDude20

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    Yes, lol. That's what's meant.
     
  14. macrumors member

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    Then it would be safe to lick the screen... :D:D
     
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    shenan1982

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    Lots of people spending lots of money on overpriced bottles of windex, hehe.
     
  16. macrumors regular

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    Yes, get a good quality glass cleaner with a good quality waffle weave MF towel. Invisible glass from the local auto parts store or walmart.
     
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    what makes you say this?
     

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