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Plastic bag in came in?

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by rthib, Jun 9, 2010.

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    Being the neat freak I am, I left the platic bag it came in on my ipad.
    It works great so far and keeps it clean.

    Eventually it will get too dirty, so I was wondering if ther was a source for more of them.
    I like the idea of just replacing a simple plastic bag.
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    Personal bias

    This is just a personal bias, but I don't enclose circuitry in plastic bags once it's been exposed to the open air. Closed plastic bags do a good job of trapping any ambient moisture and circuitry doesn't mix well with moisture.
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    Yes, if you leave it in a sealed bag you would need to keep a desiccant bag in with it.
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    Good advice!

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