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    Try this one. $12.00 includes shipping.
    http://shop.brando.com.hk/screenprotector.php

    It isn't disposable and isn't noticeable once it is on the screen. Cuts the glare, too.
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    i have used brillianize for several years on my handsprings and my treo. it cleans and glazes the screen in one application. you can use it on many surfaces. order the #8k, it will last forever, you need just a drop. there is no need to ever use the overlays again.
    http://www.brillianize.com
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    Originally posted by morrie
    i have used brillianize for several years on my handsprings and my treo. it cleans and glazes the screen in one application. you can use it on many surfaces. order the #8k, it will last forever, you need just a drop. there is no need to ever use the overlays again.
    http://www.brillianize.com
    I agree 100%!
    Brillianize is awesome stuff. Great for window tint and mirrors in the car too!
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    Originally posted by morrie
    i have used brillianize for several years on my handsprings and my treo. it cleans and glazes the screen in one application. you can use it on many surfaces. order the #8k, it will last forever, you need just a drop. there is no need to ever use the overlays again.
    http://www.brillianize.com
    Morrie,

    As suggested in this thread, I ordered the Brillianize and applied it to the glass screen and glass cover on my Treo tonight, and it looks nice but i don't understand the principle behind it.

    How does making the glass screen bright and shiny provide it with the same protection as a plastic overlay? As far as i can tell so far, it doesn't seem to add any layer or coating - just makes the glass bright and shiny, like Windex or maybe a little polish would.

    Should I put more on?

    What am I missing here?

    TIA for your further guidance.

    Regards,

    NateS
    Treo 600 - what a "Marvel"ous device!
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    you need just a drop, don't use any more. i apply the drop and spread it out and wipe off the surface. that's all you need. reapply it about once a week.
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