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Leather case left scuff marks all over my NT

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20th March 2012, 05:33 AM   |  #11  
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Mr clean magic eraser and alcohol.
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Mr clean magic eraser and alcohol.

Seriously?
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So, I bypassed this issue after hearing about the stain issue on the Roocase from this thread.

So, to get around the problem, I got an Otterbox Commuter, and put velcro on the back of it. It gives me Otterbox-level protection with the ability to have a stand that will hold it in portrait or landscape mode. Since the stand originally just uses velcro for this it functions exactly as it originally did.

I just got vecro adhesive tape from the local WalMart and put 2 strips on the middle part of the back of the Otterbox.

One thing I like about the case is that it has a little pocket that fits a microfiber screen cleaner cloth in a small plastic envelope.
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