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  • Answer To All Glare Issues! :)

    hey i was poking around the net and i found this: https://www.glarebusters.com/pages/public_products.asp

    should be good for those of you who have glare issues.

  • #2
    probably not
    it seems to be for actual tv CRT type diplays like glass fronts etc


    "What if I need to remove it, how do I do it?
    You can easily remove Glare Buster by using a razor blade scraper. Follow the instructions on this website for detailed information."

    seems like its dries hard too bye bye touchscreen hello cracking
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    • #3
      oh...good point

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      • #4
        It'd be worth a shot...maybe apply it to an overhead transparency sheet and put that over your LCD
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        • #5
          i'm gunna try some of this stuff: http://www.powersupportusa.com/produ...hp?category=pb

          I figure i'll order a big enough one to cut two out for my monitor an see how it goes

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          • #6
            Wow, theres a sucker born every minute. Save your money, you'll do just as good with a nice bottle of windex.
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            • #7
              kamikaze, let us know how that works. Probable has a better chance of working than the liquid stuff.
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