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Smartphone how can i replace screen protector without air bubbles like Pro does ?

Smartphone how can i replace a screen protector without air bubbles like Pro does ?

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  • Tech Master Apr 16, 2014

    Do it like Pro does , the tutorial is in this video >>


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Before putting the new protector on the screen must be completely clear of any dust/dirt. I use an alcohol wipe first to clean the screen then a clean microfibre cloth to dry the screen and wipe away any remaining small dust particles, then slowly apply the new screen protector like in the video above

Posted on Apr 17, 2014

  • JoeSchmoe May 01, 2014

    The instructions from Tony and the video from Tech Master show the most important tips. Another thing that plays a role is the screen protector itself. Some simply go on better than others. Most "dry" applicators require you to work out the air bubbles at application time, while some that use liquid to apply them claim the remaining bubbles will disappear after drying (although in my experience this isn't always the case). I find that rigid screen protectors (I'm currently using Tech 21's Impact Shield) tend to be easier to apply bubble-free than the flexible types. Good luck!


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1) Make sure device screen is ABSOLUTELY clean.
2) Make sure your hands, and workspace are also clean and lint free, then DOUBLE CHECK #1 above.
3) The pro's use a "wetting" solution to settle the protector onto the screen but NOTE ! wetness is generally bad for electronics !, so " a little, is good. More is NOT better!"
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