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With search engines, I can find supposedly dustproof screen protectors for sale? e.g.: http://www.amazon.ca/Clear-Scratch-Resistant-Screen-Protectors/dp/B003JBRSXY http://www.amazon.com/Apple-iPhone-Protector-Washable-Resistant/dp/B00A2A0D7S

Do these screen protectors actually repel dust? Do they actually end up less dusty than other screens/screen protectors?

  • Nothing to do with Apple products. – user10355 Dec 2 '13 at 21:35
  • These comments seem to misunderstand the scope of the site. Our help pages explicitly say that questions about "third-party hardware... when associated for use with Apple products" are on-topic. Questions asking for shopping/buying recommendations are always off-topic, but I don't think this quite falls into that topic; this question is asking about a general categories of products and asks whether they are "for real" (whether they actually work), which I think is OK. – D.W. Dec 3 '13 at 0:00
  • I'm wondering if this would be a better question for the product page on Amazon? – bassplayer7 Dec 3 '13 at 16:01
  • Why are you so concerned about dust? You should really be scared of the oils from your hands instead. – Andrew Larsson Dec 10 '13 at 16:28
  • I am more persnickety than concerned. – Jim Dec 12 '13 at 1:09
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The point of these protectors is not to keep dust off the screen protector but the device. They are Scratch/Dust resistant. With all protector, they will get scratch, your device will not. That is what they are say, not that it will help your screen, but your device.

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