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post #1 of 4
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So I just tried applying this liquid-based screen protector on my new mp3 player and I'm not sure if I sprayed too much solution? I mean honestly I think this is really dumb and I don't like the idea of getting water on my device but how safe is this exactly?

I made sure to get the protector moist, there were some drops coming off of it so I shook it out a little so it wasn't TOO damp. Then I put it on my mp3 and there are small slits/cracks on the screen that are supposed to be there, but what if some solution got into that part? If some solution did manage to get into my mp3, can it damage it? I made sure my device was off and it's still off but I just need to make sure..

I mean, the people that make these things must know that some liquid is bound to get into some crevices, right? I dunno I'm just worrying because I don't know how harmful this stuff is .. 

please help

post #2 of 4

I've never heard of this stuff. Do you have a link to the product you used?

post #3 of 4

The solution that comes with them isn't like water, and unless there are gaping holes in the device it shouldn't be an issue. I've had phones nearly drenched from it and never a problem. It's not even as much as would get on the thing if you took it out of your pocket during a gentle rain. 

post #4 of 4

Sattelight,

 

PowerWave is referring to products like this:

 

http://www.amazon.com/Dynaflo-LIQUID-ARMOR-Universal-Microfiber-DYN-LA100SP/dp/B007EZ3EM0

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