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Old Jun 23, 2011, 01:38 PM   #1
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BodyGuardz Question

I installed a full skin on my iPad2 last night. I have done several in the past of the Best Skins Ever variety and always made my own solution.

Last night I used a bodyguardz retail kit that included the solution with it.

now I have little bubbles that look like carbonation in a soda. I never had this with my own solution and I am wondering if this is normal and if so, how long does it take to go away?

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Old Jun 23, 2011, 06:28 PM   #2
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I installed a full skin on my iPad2 last night. I have done several in the past of the Best Skins Ever variety and always made my own solution.

Last night I used a bodyguardz retail kit that included the solution with it.

now I have little bubbles that look like carbonation in a soda. I never had this with my own solution and I am wondering if this is normal and if so, how long does it take to go away?

Here is a pic of what it looks like.
I had the same problem with BodyGuardz along with about 20 bubbles that were not there the night before when I finished applying the skin. It will go away but I don't remember how long it took for them to completely disappear. The carbonation like bubbles went away faster than all of the other bubbles that came up. There was one bubble that took over a week to completely go away.
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Old Jun 23, 2011, 06:46 PM   #3
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This is exactly what users of BSE were experiencing, myself included. Not sure if that helps you, but it's not limited to BG.

While it improved with BSE, after 10 days it was still present to a minor degree for many of us.
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This is exactly what users of BSE were experiencing, myself included. Not sure if that helps you, but it's not limited to BG.

While it improved with BSE, after 10 days it was still present to a minor degree for many of us.
It'll go away in a few days. It'll take time though so don't wait on it lol.

I still don't know how people can use those skins...I hate the rubbery feel on them
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It'll go away in a few days. It'll take time though so don't wait on it lol.

I still don't know how people can use those skins...I hate the rubbery feel on them
It shouldn't still be there in 10 days, which was the case with the bse front. I've used skins for ten years, never seen the phenom of it never curing..makes me winder if there is something different about the oleo phobic coating this time.
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