Zagg Invisible shield question

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by Agrs700, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. Agrs700 macrumors newbie

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    Hello, I just installed an invisible shield for my iphone 5. I had a bit of trouble installing it but I got it after a few tries.
    The problem is that I dont know if it should look like this, or its dirty. Here is a pic:
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    In the website they say that the bubbles and stuff will go in 48 hours.
    Should it look like this? Will it fix in the next days?
    If not, is there anything I can do?
     
  2. TsuaSai macrumors 6502

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    Picture isn't working for me.

    I have installed a lot of these types of protectors and they all have a little residue for about a day or so and then it drys. Also my tiny bubbles have gone away when. Not sure if that helps with not seeing the picture.
     
  3. Agrs700 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks for the reply, after some hours it hasnt changed at all. Is there anything I can do for cleaning it up?
     
  4. jammerz macrumors regular

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    Hey,

    I have installed several wet screen protectors, particularly zagg screens, and although the picture isn't that great quality, I don't think that it looks too good.

    So the big thing with these screens is that you keep your hands very clean. The spray provided should be used on your hands so that the oils on your fingers don't print onto the adhesive side, as well as the screen protector itself. I always spray the screen protector very liberally, to make sure that I get a nice wet layer on application. Then I mist the air above the iphone so that some of the spray goes on the actual screen, and then I apply the screen. Using the cloth provided, I protect the speaker at the top and the home button when squeegying out the water.

    But don't despair! All is not lost. Zagg has a pretty good warranty process. Just register your product them online. Then make a warranty replacement claim (you'll have to give them a cc to charge temporarily until they get the old product back), and mail back the old product to them within 60 days. They will send out a replacement and later on, when they receive your old product, they will refund the charge on your cc.

    There are several videos online about the application process. Watch a few! Practice makes perfect!
     

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