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Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only. Well, you did not specify if you wanted a screen protector, in this case a micro screen protector. If not, it is not necessary to remove it. However, if you did not remove it and now are not willing to take it off, then I would suggest that you use proper care for it and try removing it. Start with warm water and a paper towel. Be very gentle. Gently rub the edge with the towel, removing any adhesive residue. Please do not use soap or harsh detergent. Next, if necessary, use the plastic slider on the back of the screen to separate it from the plastic screen frame. Hold the plastic frame by the sliders as you pull the glass screen off. Continue to do this until the screen is completely free from the frame. The micro-frame will remove easily with a single push from the sliders. Use a plastic flat nose stick to remove the tiny plastic screen cover. Finally, gently touch the edge of the screen with the plastic flat nose stick to remove the last of the adhesive residue. Please remember to be careful and gentle with this, as it will be very easily damaged. Once you have removed the glue and/or residue from the screen, please follow the instructions on the packaging of the screen protector to apply it to the screen.How many layers of skin does one have? In adults, the skin is composed of three layers: The epidermis (or epidermis) is the outermost layer of skin and is made up of several layers of cells. It is the layer that is most often injured during an abrasive injury. The epidermis is composed of several layers: Basal keratinocytes are the most superficial layer of the epidermis. They are not attached to other cells but are bound by cell-to-cell junctions, making them the closest to the skin surface. They are continually renewed and shed as dead cells. They produce: The spinous layer is the next layer of epidermis. It is made up of keratinocytes that are less than 20 microns thick. The spinous layer is mostly dead cells with a slightly lower level of differentiation than the basal keratinocytes. It may contain



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