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Removing DBrand skins

So I've seen lots of great reviews of DBrand, including endorsements from Linus and MKBHD, but has anyone tried to remove the skins? I ask because I'm interested in trying it but am worried that if I try to remove the skin it will leave marks or residue or worse case I couldn't get it off.

 

Lemme know! 

they're made with 3m vinyl. the only material I've had a hard time removing 3M vinyl from was TPU, but with some rubbing against my beloved raw jeans, it scrubbed right off. iso alcohol probably would have been a better idea

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So I've seen lots of great reviews of DBrand, including endorsements from Linus and MKBHD, but has anyone tried to remove the skins? I ask because I'm interested in trying it but am worried that if I try to remove the skin it will leave marks or residue or worse case I couldn't get it off.

 

Lemme know! 

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So I've seen lots of great reviews of DBrand, including endorsements from Linus and MKBHD, but has anyone tried to remove the skins? I ask because I'm interested in trying it but am worried that if I try to remove the skin it will leave marks or residue or worse case I couldn't get it off.

 

Lemme know! 

Shows you what it looks like when you take it off.

It's only a sticker, if there is any residue, just use isopropyl alcohol.


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So I've seen lots of great reviews of DBrand, including endorsements from Linus and MKBHD, but has anyone tried to remove the skins? I ask because I'm interested in trying it but am worried that if I try to remove the skin it will leave marks or residue or worse case I couldn't get it off.

 

Lemme know! 

Using a heatgun on low or a hair dryer can loosen the residue and allow for easier removal.


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I doubt they will. Theyre pretty well done.

 

And if they do leave residue, there are hundreds of ways to it take off. I use isopropyl alcohol


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So I've seen lots of great reviews of DBrand, including endorsements from Linus and MKBHD, but has anyone tried to remove the skins? I ask because I'm interested in trying it but am worried that if I try to remove the skin it will leave marks or residue or worse case I couldn't get it off.

 

Lemme know! 

they're made with 3m vinyl. the only material I've had a hard time removing 3M vinyl from was TPU, but with some rubbing against my beloved raw jeans, it scrubbed right off. iso alcohol probably would have been a better idea

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they're made with 3m vinyl. the only material I've had a hard time removing 3M vinyl from was TPU, but with some rubbing against my beloved raw jeans, it scrubbed right off. iso alcohol probably would have been a better idea

 

 

I doubt they will. Theyre pretty well done.

 

And if they do leave residue, there are hundreds of ways to it take off. I use isopropyl alcohol

 

 

Using a heatgun on low or a hair dryer can loosen the residue and allow for easier removal.

 

 

Shows you what it looks like when you take it off.

It's only a sticker, if there is any residue, just use isopropyl alcohol.

Thanks guys!

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