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Paladin

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Just wondering if any of you have used the da-products screen protector and remove it...best method to remove it as it is quite difficult to remove...

advise pls....:)
 

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Originally posted by Paladin
Just wondering if any of you have used the da-products screen protector and remove it...best method to remove it as it is quite difficult to remove...

advise pls....:)
i thought it was being mentioned in the instruction manual?
try to put dental floss between the surfaces of contact and pull it out. As simple as that. :p
 

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Originally posted by 007
i thought it was being mentioned in the instruction manual?
try to put dental floss between the surfaces of contact and pull it out. As simple as that. :p
Afraid that it will also pull out the LCD screen...
 

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Afraid that it will also pull out the LCD screen...
ok, then some solution may be useful e.g. those use to clean lenses (lens solution?) try to apply some and let them diffuse into the layer and see.
 

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Afraid that it will also pull out the LCD screen...
That will not happen (at least not on DSLRs and those DCs without swivelling LCDs. The LCD is usually protected by a hard plastic cover, on which you apply that screen protector.

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