|RE:screen protector revisited (modified 0 times) ||Augur|
|I took Ubik's suggestion and tried a commercial "frisket" film, used to mask airbrush artwork. It had a light tack, so was easy to attach and remove, but the adhesive had a funny texture that made looking at the ePods screen look fuzzy. Following Glitch's solution, I tried the Avery "Inkjet Decals for Windows" (Avery 3276). Like he described, it took a lot of paper towels and isopropyl alcohol to remove the surface coat (intended to hold the inkjet dyes). After an aborted run (I failed to note the split seam on the backing--it left an ugly line across the ePods screen), I tried again and now have a decent, albeit a little shiny, clear screen protector that stays in place. Now I feel I can let my kids try it out without being totally paranoid they will destroy the touch-sensitive screen.|
Thanks again for pioneering this solution, Glitch. I may also try the tack-free overhead sheets after the first "Decal" film is worn out.
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