Dust during Screen Replacement

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May 19, 2010
  1. geenlung
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    geenlung Newbie

    Has anyone found dust getting in between the screen layers a problem when replacing screens? If so, are there any suggestions on how to reduce it (preferably as cheaply as possible). I'd rather not have to work under a vent with gloves, hair net, and surgical mask =P
     
  2. how_do_i_do_that

    Member how_do_i_do_that Blue Wizard is about to die.

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    As long as you have a dust free surface to work on it should be much of an issue.
     
  3. waffle1995

    Member waffle1995 GBAtemp Regular

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    I just order a few tocuh screen at DealExtreme about 3 bucks each for my DSL.
    Im going to replace it once it comes in the mail.
    I never though about dust. I make sure dust doesnt get in
     
  4. injected11

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    It may sound strange, but take a shower (for the steam) or spray a misting bottle before you swap screens. The moisture grabs dust in the air and drags it to the floor, decreasing the chance of stray particles being around.
     

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