This is a discussion on protecting the the back of iPad within the iPad forums, part of the iPod, iPhone, iPad Forum category; I have read a couple of posts where people have used that clear contact paper that comes on a roll from stationers to protect the ...
I have read a couple of posts where people have used that clear contact paper that comes on a roll from stationers to protect the back of their iPads. I'm thinking of trying it myself. Have any of you done this and if you have was it easy? Does it stay on? How did you cut around the buttons? Or if you haven't tried it does this post interest you enough to give it a go?
Last edited by SweetPoison; 08-10-2011 at 05:33 AM.
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i have the smart cover on mine and a slip case but the back is bare when using it and already i have a little scratch on it,the contact paper is a clear film like a skin but its a much cheaper option,i would buy a skin for the back but can't find one.
I've tried about everything(that is why my iPad is a little banged up) including this. It does work, but it is anything but easy. When you take it of it leaves a little residue. That is why I just bought an invisibleSHIELD and a case. Just get and invisibleSHIELD, Wrapsol or BodyGuardz.
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think I'm going to get one of those hard shell covers that are compatible with the smart cover,shame to cover up the back but there are some nice looking ones and then theres no worries.