Re: [NTLK] 2100 anti-glare removal?

From: Mark Ross (
Date: Mon Nov 01 2004 - 05:45:01 PST

While I may be able to suggest some solvents that could work, you would
not be able to get access to them unless you're friendly with your
local university chemistry department-
My first choice would be acetone. The chlorinated solvents also would
work well (chloroform, carbon tetrachloride) but they can be hard to
find since most uses of these are banned for ozone depletion reasons.

On Oct 31, 2004, at 5:18 PM, Robert Benschop wrote:

> On 31-okt-04, at 23:08, Dan Fackler wrote:
>> I have just acquired a really beat-up 2100.

>> I'd like to strip this off, then use a NuShield to
>> protect the digitizer surface. Any ideas/insights/wisdom is
>> appreciated.
> I's go about this the opposite way, get a set of NuShields , put them
> on and see if you still need to do anything about the rest.
> Chances are don't have to...
> Robert Benschop

Mark Ross
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