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[Q] White Z2 owners: staining or not?

4th August 2014, 05:43 AM   |  #21  
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Originally Posted by vanillacoke1

Mine does receive a blue stain on the back from one of my pair of blue levi jeans. Will wash it with the pockets out next time to really clean the dye out. Otherwise no the phone hasn't stained from anything.

This is a sure way to get rid of the stain on the phone but be careful, rubbing alcohol destroys adhesive. That is why it is real handy at removing stickers off anything Just wondering if this could effect the bonding of the phone.

Good point, however (I don't have my Xperia yet) it looks as though the rubber adhesive is built behind the visible area. So if you are using a rag it should be fine. Just don't drop it in a pool of alcohol. Goes without saying right?
4th August 2014, 04:40 PM   |  #22  
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my white z2 doesnt have stains or anything, but watching erica and her vids made my pants stain a bit. lol
4th August 2014, 07:01 PM   |  #23  
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I have had my white Z2 for just over a week now and I have not seen any staining. I don't really like the finish of the plastic moulding though, mine wasn't finished very nicely on the one side but it is only noticeable if you go looking for the imperfections under bright light...
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