Cover Screen Question

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  1. mikeandike1994

    mikeandike1994 New Member

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    I just went out and bought a new cover screen for my iPod Touch, and it has very simple instructions. I've put them on before, but nevery flawlessly without air bubbles. I realize that I'm probably hoping for too much to have it without a single bubble. My question is; what works the best for you when you're putting on a cover screen? How should I go about doing this?
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    ZMOBtiger New Member

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    If it is a static cling type, I usually run the protector under water before I apply it. Don't get it too wet; just have several droplets left on there after most of the water rolls off. This helps to ensure no bubbles. You just have to work the water out to the edges. Don't worry though, because any small amount of water that is left under there will evaporate in a few days.
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    That may sound crazy but it works, just do not over do it lol.
  4. deepower

    deepower New Member

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    in addition to your water technique, there's a company uses a solution (water kinda something) you probably have heard of it, the zagg invisible shield. Buy it and just apply the front cover

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