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    I just got my Skinomi protector yesterday, installed and it has now been 24 hours since I installed it. It looked perfect, until I loaded an app with a white background and noticed a lot of dust under the screen. It really looked bad. Now it bugs me that it is there.

    I just want to know if I will be able to remove the screen protector, clean the screen and reapply without damaging the protector. Anyone have experience?
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    I have done this with success when I had my new refurb have a slider issue.

    I had the phantomskinz which applies different then some I have used. You soak it in warm water for a few minutes and then apply.

    Best of luck.

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    It may be the adhesive drying, not dust. Wait until 48-72 hours, would be my suggestion. It took a few days for the glue on mine to dry.
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    Ok, I will wait a few days then see. If it doesn't get better, I will try the warm water soak IcerC suggested. Thanks for the prompt replies!
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    If you're very careful taking it off (it will stretch out of shape very easily), you can probably re-wet and reapply.
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    I am a bit concerned about applying a screen protector with liquid. Is this a problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RHerrick View Post
    I am a bit concerned about applying a screen protector with liquid. Is this a problem?
    It makes it really easy, I copied this guy but in the bathroom with the shower running and it turned out perfectly.
    "The Gods do not protect fools, fools are merely protected by more capable fools"

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