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      01-05-2018, 12:01 PM   #1
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CIC Display cleaning

The CIC Display that I found and from the pictures was perfect showed up with screen damage because nothing was put to keep the shipping material away from it.

So after 30 minutes or so of polishing with Novus 700 kit....
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Well for some reason uploaded images aren't working....
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Is very typical. I used paint scratch removal compound. Worked great. 5 min job. Get tablet screen protector and cut it to size.
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I think it is anti-reflective coating. If you use Novus, the coating may be lost. Not sure if it's the same as Apple macbook


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I think it is anti-reflective coating. If you use Novus, the coating may be lost. Not sure if it's the same as Apple macbook

Unfortunately, I've never found any products that will put that "coating" back on a screen.

But couple of companies make protectors that can be applied after removing the anti-glare coating.

http://lexerd.com/epages/9d0561f3-d5...ts/21-0s7-9pjn

https://www.nushield.com/order/BMW/Car+Navigation

These would also prevent damage if applied early enough....
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