Can you use the Zagg spray on a Spigen screen protector?

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by ProfoundTactics, Sep 28, 2012.

  1. ProfoundTactics macrumors member

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    Or would it mess up the protector? I find the Zagg InvisibleShield so incredibly easy to apply (because of the spray) just wondering if you could use it on the Spigen Oleophobic.

    I should probably mention, I've never actually used the Spigen, so they may be very easy to apply, but it just seems that the spray method would make life easier..

    Thoughts?
     
  2. ScubaCinci macrumors 65816

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    I would say the liquid used on wet applications could be interchanged between brands but I would not use it on ones intended for dry application only. It MIGHT but as much as these things cost, probably not worth the experiment.

    Google methods for dry application like using it in a steamy room (kills dust), etc. Works well.
     
  3. ProfoundTactics thread starter macrumors member

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    I get two in a pack, I'm quite tempted to use one up and test it out... you're probably right though, bit of a waste of money if it doesn't work.

    Thanks for the reply anyway!
     
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  5. ProfoundTactics thread starter macrumors member

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    Well there goes that idea then. Do you know from prior experience, or are you just taking an educated guess?
     
  6. jhu2 macrumors member

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    ive applied plenty of zagg, bodyguardz, BSE etc... and a few of the static cling ones mostly power support.

    I'm pretty sure you don't need the solution for static cling screen protectors and if you do use it, it'll ruin the protector. PS, SGP cling on to the screen so if it gets wet, it won't cling anymore.

    I might be completely wrong though.
     
  7. ProfoundTactics thread starter macrumors member

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    Ah, I see. Not worth risking then, thanks for the info. How did you find the Spigen to install? (if you've used them)

    I think it's because I just threw away two 'Orbyx' screen protectors. Worst ever, insane amount of bubbles, and it wasn't even the right size. Looking for the easiest install possible!
     
  8. sixxmum macrumors 6502a

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    I installed 2 of the Spigen protectors last week with no issues. I'm now considering the full body sets, but I am not sure which to get.
     
  9. jhu2 macrumors member

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMPqDwVZzzM
     
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  12. milk242 macrumors 6502a

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    I always wetted my sgp screen protectors before I found out about the hinge method. You won't have any problems getting the screen protector wet, it helps in adjusting and then you can just squeegee out the liquid.
     
  13. mcdj macrumors 604

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    In 6 iPhones, I have never needed a spray of any kind. You are wasting your money. You do not need a spray to install a protector on your phone screen. A couple of drops of water will suffice. iPhone screen spray is 3am informercial territory.
     

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