oleophobic coating worse after screen cover

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  1. scratchiti

    scratchiti New Member

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    I put a screen cover on my phone for literally a minute (one that they tried to charge me for at the verizon store, then just gave me for free, I guess b/c they were too lazy to put it back) and decided I didn't like it so removed it. There's no residue or anything and scrolling works fine, but I feel like I've been getting far more fingerprints recently. Do you think this may have messed up the oleophobic coating? Anything I can do (other than clean it, of course)?
     
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    Mine was never able to resist fingerprints to begin with. It was always a magnet for the things.
     
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    Martin030908 DF Super Moderator

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    mine has a screen cover... still gets littered with finger prints... never ending battle.
     
  4. scratchiti

    scratchiti New Member

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    I felt like mine was doing a bit better before. Oh well.
     
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    Perhaps it was. It is possible. I wouldn't know as I have a screen protector on (not taking chances!) and still get prints all over it. I use an eyeglass cloth and it doesn't bug me much.
     
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    From day 1 my Droid was a fingerprint and oil magnet... I originally didn't want to put the screen protector on it, but it was at least a little better than without it. (in my estimation anyway).
     
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    it's a touchscreen device, unless your hands are as dry as dirt then there will be fingerprints
     
  8. Martin030908

    Martin030908 DF Super Moderator

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    sad truth... still doesn't help the obession. stinkin LOGIC LOL
     
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    I read on here that if you "clean" the screen with goo gone it is a lot more resistant to finger prints. Try that. I did it with mine and it worked great for about 3 weeks :)
     
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    Either way your gunna have fingerprints sadly but what really does the trick and wipes off ALL the oil from your fingers is a Microfiber cloth. They do wonders for many things:icon_ banana:
     
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    couple other people reported similar results using Rain-X
     
  12. reWired

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    I use a screen protector and my shirt, fleece, or whatever I'm wearing seems to clean it well. :)
     
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    yea i'm the same way... just sharing what i've heard people have done...

    i'da been worried to put goo gone on my DROID... rain-x not so much
     
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