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How to remove screen protector residue?


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Screen protector is a good stuff to prevent and shields iPhone from scratches, damages and dust. I too had one on my iPhone, but when I took it off, it left all of the stick residue on the iPhone. Looking for an easy and effective way to get it off completely without any damage.

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before I found invisible shield , i also used a cheap protector that left a sticky residue and found that a glass cleaner wipe squeezed so almost dry worked very well.

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If it's a really sticky situation........just get some "Ooops" or "Goof Off", some solvent, dilute it if it makes you nervous (Should be perfectly fine since it is a glass screen), and apply it to a microfiber, then wipe the screen, it's made for that kind of stuff
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Goof Off is pretty good stuff. To use something you may already have around the house, you can try regular old rubbing alcohol on the glass.

Wouldn't rub a lot on the plastic as it can soften some plastics.

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If you have iKlear it works great. I use it on my MBP, iPod and iPhone 3GS
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