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Old 01-04-2008, 10:06 PM
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invisible shield dust

I recently ordered two invisible shields from shieldzone.com. I installed one on my titan and one on my brothers. His turned out perfect, but mine somehow got a ton of dust on it. The dust is stuck to the sticky side of the invisibleshield, and i cant seem to get it off. Has anyone had any luck with removing dust from the sticky side of an invisibleshield (or similar screen protector)? so far i have tried water, soap + water, contact solution, the application solution that it came with... nothing seems to get this other side clean.
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Old 01-05-2008, 12:26 AM
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are you having trouble applying it without dust or is it that dust is literally on the shield

i got a nice tip from someone on this site, literally take a shower before applying the protector because that way all the dust will be brought down in the room by the steam
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Old 01-05-2008, 01:16 AM
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careful, as i've heard that a lot of steam in a room ie a shower can actually set of the litmus water damage indicator in the mogul, so if ever you take it in for repairs, it may show as water damaged
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its not applying it without dust that's the problem (i put my brothers on for him, dust free), its just that my invisibleshield has dust actually stuck to the sticky side, and i cant figure out a way to get it off.

ill keep the shower thing in mind once i get the dust off of the shield, but until then, im pretty much stuck
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You might try soapy water followed by clean water to remove the dust. I've done this with screen protectors in the past.
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