Can the iopener be used for display?

Can the iOpener suggested for the iPad repairs, be used on a MacBook Pro glass display cover?

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Hey Nacho. When the iOpener comes out of the microwave, it will be about 170 degrees Fahrenheit (~77 Celsius). We haven't tried it on a MacBook Pro yet, but I suspect it would work.

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Thanks a lot Brett! I've looking for your experience about the Glass removal, because I've thinking it will work too in a Macbook air.

thanks again!

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It would help in softening the adhesion, just like a heat gun does with less risk of damage.

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It will most likely be able to be used on the MacBook. Although it is not recommended.

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Thanks for your answer, but, why you think is not recommended?

Actually, I've thinking is less dangerous and risky to use, but I don't know if is hot enough to make the job in a Mbp glass.

Thanks so much.

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How long do you microwave the iOpener for?

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We recommend microwaving it for one minute, then waiting three to four minutes to microwave it again. If you microwave it too much, it might overheat and break down.

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Is is reusable

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yes, definitely. The iOpener can be used many, many times. Make sure to wait a few minutes between microwavings, however, or else it will dry out and overheat.

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