Screen Protector all greasy/fingerprints?

desol8tor

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 30, 2010
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Try this!

Use a single drop of Goo Gone. This substance is an antigrease/adhesive agent (used for taking off stickers and sticker residue) and immediately removes all the grease and fingerprints from your screen protector. After wiping a few times with the Goo Gone, wipe it several more times with a damp cloth.

Now this stuff is pretty abrasive and I would suggest only using a drop. However, I've done this to my wrapsol screen protectors and it eliminates all the grease while providing some grease fighting properties to the screen protector at least for a couple of weeks.
 

desol8tor

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 30, 2010
28
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The screen protectors do get really greasy. If I use goo gone I wont have as much?
Yes. Now I wouldn't try other solvents like Goof Off or, god forbid, turpentine or mineral spirits. I can only speak for Goo Gone and I know that there are others out there that are even stronger than that.