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    Radtech Clearcal screen protector

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    Radtech Clearcal screen protector
    I tried applying the Clearcal protector, but came up with the inevitable bubbles despite my best attempts. Has anyone had success with applying this sheet sans the bubbles? If so, how did you do it? Thanks.

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    Radtech Clearcal screen protector
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    Took a couple of trys. Have one bubble on mine about the size of the head of a pin. Can't see it when the screen is on, so I let it go.

    Takes a little practice - I'm a paperhanger so am use to the concept here. I used a CC and just worked it from one end to the other.
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    Radtech Clearcal screen protector
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    I'm thinking of getting one. Should I clean the screen first since I've been using my iPad practically nonstop now for a month? If so, with what?

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    Radtech Clearcal screen protector
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    It will need a good clean before you put anything on the screen. Mine was covered in fingerprints after less than a day

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    Radtech Clearcal screen protector

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    Mid 12 MBP 8gb ram, Crucial M4 SSD 512gb, Sandy Bridge i7
    I have mine in a Mareware Eco Vue. I've still got one functioning ClearCal sheet available, but with the Eco Vue having a cover over the screen when not in use, I think I'm just going to stay with that for now. By the way, the Eco Vue is really great. I highly recommend it to anyone looking to preserve their iPad. I was going to get the Incase convertible, but it looked bulky and was more expensive.

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