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    iPad screen durability

    Hey guys,

    I am recently buyed an iPad. I am wanna no how is the best anti-friction cream in which i can be able to also do unto the screen which does not burn it. How can I almost get the similar result with when I am feeling scared but dont want to be hurt the iScreen?

    If you think I should use VASELINE? No thanks, i'll just water.

    Thank love!

    -Than

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    What? VASELINE and the iPad? What are you planning to do?
    I think you may like your new ipad a little to much.

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    Last edited by MikesTooLz; 07-21-2010 at 11:06 PM.

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    Hello, I am not the VASELINE.

    But thank you for the concern.

    -Than

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    if your talking about making your fingers slide easily on the screen, moisture is the enemy. Try drying your hands (baby powder?).

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    I am tried the powder but the VASELINE just sticks its to them. Please help because the screen has black and doesnt show my things. The steel wool will not get off of the VASELINE and powder and my screen has many scratch now. How do I restore this?

    -Than

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    If steel wool doesn't do the job you will need a harsher abrasive.
    Might I suggest gravel used in a circular motion a la karate kid would achieve the result you are seeking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ipad.Mad View Post
    Please help because the screen has black and doesnt show my things.
    Ummmm..... your iPad is turned on, right?

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    Ok I wash it in the sink, and then soaked in a tub of water. But now the noise comes from its back like a grind sound. How do I fix this, have its broken? I have just done what you had said and now my ipad not is working. I spent my big paycheck on it and now it is wrecked!!

    Pleading help!!

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    Your iPad can not be fixed at this point. By putting it in a tub of water, it has been damaged beyond repair. Your only choice now is to buy a new one and be much more careful with it. You also need to read the User Manual which you can download for free from Apple. It comes in several different languages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1991-C4 View Post
    Your iPad can not be fixed at this point. By putting it in a tub of water, it has been damaged beyond repair. Your only choice now is to buy a new one and be much more careful with it. You also need to read the User Manual which you can download for free from Apple. It comes in several different languages.
    Its ok, he got the new "Frisbee" model.


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