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When I took the tom tom screen protector off my new it left some of the adhesive on the screen. HOW DO I REMOVE IT WITHOUT DAMAGING THE TOMTOM

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Rubbing alcohol or a soapy water solution using a soft cloth or paper towel would work fine without scratching your screen

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