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    Quote Originally Posted by blwnv8 View Post
    Hey bobj, need some input on selecting a color. I'm looking at black, blue or the green. I'm kinda rough on things. I like the green but im afraid i'll get it dirty. How hard are these to clean and do they stain? I use my thrive with a obd2 bluetooth adapter on cars so i'm wondering about grease and what not. Thanks

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    I've just made a tiny discovery.....Endust for Electronics
    Somebody just brought me a can of it. It's great for cleaning CRT/LCD screens and pretty much all surfaces on electronic devices.
    Best of all, after using it on my BobjGear case (the black one) it cut down on the dust-magnet properties tremendously. I tried other anti-static treatments and they pretty much failed.
    This stuff works!!!

    Last edited by danvee; 05-30-2012 at 04:19 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danvee View Post
    I've just made a tiny discovery.....Endust for Electronics
    Somebody just brought me a can of it. It's great for cleaning CRT/LCD screens and pretty much all surfaces on electronic devices.
    Best of all, after using it on my BobjGear case (the black one) it cut down on the dust-magnet properties tremendously. I tried other anti-static treatments and they pretty much failed.
    This stuff works!!!
    How much is it? Didn't see a price when I clicked on the link using my Thrive dolphin browser

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    Quote Originally Posted by JiveTurkee View Post
    How much is it? Didn't see a price when I clicked on the link using my Thrive dolphin browser

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    That was the manufacturer's site-they don't generally list prices.
    Figure $3-5 depending on where you get it. I'm not mobile yet so I haven't done any shopping in a month or so. I'd figure that Staples or Office Max/Depot should have it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danvee View Post
    That was the manufacturer's site-they don't generally list prices.
    Figure $3-5 depending on where you get it. I'm not mobile yet so I haven't done any shopping in a month or so. I'd figure that Staples or Office Max/Depot should have it.
    Amazon

    Be aware the price from the featured does not include shipping, but you'll see Amazon itself has it for $6.99 with the usual free shipoing options.
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    Beat me to it, Dave. I went out searching and found this.
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    Interesting how they can say $3 yet no one sells it for that.
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    Yep, but my buddies at MicroCenter sell it for $3.99!
    Now, if I could only get there......
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    Quote Originally Posted by danvee View Post
    I've just made a tiny discovery.....Endust for Electronics
    Somebody just brought me a can of it. It's great for cleaning CRT/LCD screens and pretty much all surfaces on electronic devices.
    Best of all, after using it on my BobjGear case (the black one) it cut down on the dust-magnet properties tremendously. I tried other anti-static treatments and they pretty much failed.
    This stuff works!!!

    Fantastic tip about using the Endust on the Bobj cases, Dan! Before I sold my cleaning business several years ago we used Endust on the computer/TV equipment in offices and homes. I don't even think it said specifically for electronics on the can back then, that I remember, but it sure did work to repel dust on computer screens, which are absolute dust magnets. A secretary at one insurance firm asked what we used. She said within two days after their former cleaning company had cleaned the place, her computer screen would be caked with dust again, but after we cleaned the screens stayed dust free for a much longer time. Great stuff!
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    Glad I could help, Rosalie,

    The original (and current) regular Endust formula should be petroleum-based, which would be a real issue with the plastics, etc, used in/on electronics today. This is a totally different formula, apparently NOT petroleum-based 9and ammonia free) that has extra anti-static properties incorporated.
    I've tried it on everything from glass to plastic to nylon to silicone. Even works great on chrome and mirrors. This and a microfiber cloth do pretty much whatever I need. I just wouldn't use it on anything porous or a "fine" wood finish that would need oil or wax.
    When I'm able to, I'm going to try it on my car's vinyl interior parts which, being charcoal grey, are also dust magnets....
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