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2nd June 2014, 11:50 AM   |  #11  
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I use an small paint brush. Put the phone facing down and blow gently while brushing. Works for me

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tried it and most of dust is gone. except the little piece of paper

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Use a tooth brush, some cheap one with harder fibers.It won't scratch the glass, but it will remove the paper. Use it a bit at an angle so the fibers can get into the gap between the glass and the bezel.
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Use a tooth brush, some cheap one with harder fibers.It won't scratch the glass, but it will remove the paper. Use it a bit at an angle so the fibers can get into the gap between the glass and the bezel.

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