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DaGrandMastah

macrumors 6502a
Mar 19, 2011
643
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No. There are ways to get rid of it. I learned this from someone on the forum (can't remember who). Basically take a piece of scotch tape and watch it to a corner to gently lift up the screen protector and use a 2nd piece of tape to take out the particle. I have done it countless times and always with 100% success. Some are more persistent then others but you can always get rid of them.
 
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str8bucs

macrumors regular
Apr 13, 2010
184
0
WV
No. There are ways to get rid of it. I learned this from someone on the forum (can't remember who). Basically take a piece of scotch tape and watch it to a corner to gently lift up the screen protector and use a 2nd piece of tape to take out the particle. I have done it countless times and always with 100% success. Some are more persistent then others but you can always get rid of them.

just used this method and perfect everytime:D
 
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AppleOwl

macrumors member
Original poster
Apr 15, 2011
49
0
I have the SGP ultra crystal on. I used the scotch tape method and was able to get most of it off. However, there's still a few here and there that are only noticeable when the ipad is held at a certain angle under the light -- nothing that causes bubbles or affects the viewing experience.

I just wasn't sure if the dust that's trapped in there would cause it to scratch the screen over time...
 
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