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AK_the_Guardian

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Oct 5, 2022
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I'm getting my m2 macbook air's screen replaced tommorow as there were 2 dust particles ingrained into my screen. Now before y'all tell me anything about cleanliness,I clean my macbook every week with a microfiber cloth religiously.I'm aware that it could have come from my keyboard but I don't eat or drink near my macbook.How can I prevent the staingate issue from happening along with this dust particle issue?
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mmkerc

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Jun 21, 2014
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You could possibly get InvisibleShield Glass Screen protection for your screen similar to one for you phone or iPad. While it won't stop the build up, it will protect the screen from scratches and marks like what you have.

 
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AK_the_Guardian

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Oct 5, 2022
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You could possibly get InvisibleShield Glass Screen protection for your screen similar to one for you phone or iPad. While it won't stop the build up, it will protect the screen from scratches and marks like what you have.

I'm a bit skeptical of screen protectors,but I will consider them.Thanks.
 

mmkerc

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Jun 21, 2014
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Curious as to your skepticism for screen protectors. They seem like they would do what your are looking for (i.e. protect the screen from being scratched, or marked up, the protector itself would get worn).

And just for transparency, I don't use them as I have (luckily) not had an issue with scratches or such in years.
 
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