Dust under screen protector

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  1. Drich290195 macrumors 6502

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    I have a couple of bits of dust under my screen protector us this likely to scratch the screen from underneath cheers
     
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    Anyone
     
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    Not likely to scratch. But if you want it out, apply one piece of scotch tape to the top of the protector to lift that portion up. Use a second piece of tape to remove the tape from the glass or underside of the protector. Then lay the protector back down and carefully remove the 1st piece of tape. Done...
     
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    That could go wrong for me and make it worse lol if u reckon it won't scratch may leave it
     
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    It's rare I get one on looking this good
     
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    As long as it really is dust, it won't scratch, it would just annoy me... If it is dirt or sand though, that could scratch.
     
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    Yeah just general dust as I cleaned it real well just from the atmosphere yeah would usually bother me but iv been through six and not been happy with bubbles etc this us the best of a bad bunch
     
  8. jbromer macrumors 6502a

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    I'd wait it out then. Sometimes, dust will work itself out over a few days...
     
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    Not usually it won't... But you get used to seeing it after a while and it's really not such a big deal.
     

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