18 April, 2008
invisible shield on MacBook Pro
If you like me would get annoyed from ugly marks and scratches, and you recently bought some gadgets, you might like invisibleSHIELD products.
As mentioned on Wednesday, I received my invisibleSHIELD for MacBook Pro. Previously, I applied invisibleSHIELD on iPod touch (blog entry) The result was really as promised on their website, and that really is something I want... slim profile without added bulkiness, and almost not noticeable. Although I did not try to scratch it to see how strong the invisibleSHIELD really is, as all iPod owners know that iPod (particularly the back) is prone to scratch, invisibleSHIELD really protects the iPod touch from getting those annoying scratches.
Although invisibleSHIELD is not that cheap, but when comparing to a few thousand dollars for the cost of MacBook Pro, I think it is a good investment, unless you are kind of person that can live with scratches.
So, there are some before and after photos of invisibleSHIELD on MacBook Pro. (Invisible Shield is not that noticeable in photos.)
invisibleSHIELD for MacBook Pro not just provides the protection from scratches in almost non-noticeable design, it also make the gadgets less slippery by adding some grips. You will notice that invisibleSHIELD makes your iPod or MacBook Pro harder to slide, particularly if you put your gadget on a glass top table.
I applied invisibleSHIELD in two steps. The first one is to apply the wrist rest area, then I let it ‘set up’ for 24 hours, then I applied the rest. As I have spent a great deal on applying invisibleSHIELD for iPod touch, applying on MacBook Pro is relatively easy to me this time.
Applying InvisibleSHIELD requires patience. I would recommend read the instruction carefully and preferably watch installation video before starting. Some hints on applying invisibleSHIELD from me: work in a clean and well lit area, start with smaller pieces, if not happy with the alignment, take it out straight and re-apply it again. And if you spray enough solution, you can let a section of invisibleSHIELD touching the gadget and slide it to the right alignment.
In my opinion, this invisible protection is really worth the money.
One re-related note: A great way of preventing remote controls from getting unwanted marks and dirty grease is simply covering them with Glad Wraps. Rev Dr Wu Yi can confirm this.
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