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    Folks should test fit any screen protector before peeling the backing off, cut it down if needed, then install. Simple solution if implemented

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    Yeah, 20/20 hindsight I should have done that. OTOH an expensive screen protector specifically marketed for a particular device SHOULD fit that device properly w/o trimming. Since others have reported that the Boxwaves fitted their Moguls perfectly, I think it must be a manufacturing tolerance issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8notime View Post
    Thanks for posting that link! I am going to give Applesauce (LOL on the name) a try, and I'll write about the results. I have some scratches from playing TextTwist to much.
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    ON a more helpful note I had read somewhere there was something called "Applesauce" by one of the companies that makes those thin film protection things that is supposed to polish up small scratches on phone/pda/iPod screens. Might want to give it a look up. I saw someone on another blog had a review that they've used it

    John Jonas Blog - Blog Archive » Remove Scratches from Blackberry
    To my complete and total amazement, Applesauce actually worked! thanks for passing along the link. I have no idea how that stuff can take the scratches out, but it did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MannyPR View Post
    I tried that stuff on my wife Chocolate, didn't work

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    Thumbs down baby I like it raw

    I have to depart from the conventional wisdom on this one and vote against using a screen saver. You can easily do more damage trying to perfectly apply one than damage from daily use.
    Beside, the screen looks and feels much better when you do it bareback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alomar View Post
    I tried that stuff on my wife Chocolate, didn't work
    That must be different than the Applesauce brand, because Applesauce worked well for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8notime View Post
    That must be different than the Applesauce brand, because Applesauce worked well for me.
    Just curious where you bought your Applesauce from? I see B&H Photo out of NY has it for $14.95 on their website. Any places cheaper than that?

    Just tried an IS, and it was a no-go. My fingerprint went through the liquid and is now permanent on the sticky side, even when using in warm soapy water before applying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jake1s View Post
    Just curious where you bought your Applesauce from?
    Direct from the source:

    Applesauce Polish Restores the Original Finish to Your iPod

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