iWrap your touch but be patient to apply!

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  1. PascalBe

    PascalBe New Member

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    I applied yesterday the iWrap I ordered for my new Ipod Touch. Waw, what an experience! Be patient and calm. Don't have too many coffees before

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    However, this morning, I discover that I have lotion bubble (as opposed to air bubbles) that I didn't notice when applying the iWrap. I've read that small air bubbles would disapear over time. What about the lotion bubbles? They get quite visible when I turn on my ipod... Will they disappear or did I ruin my iWrap?
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    i suggest taking a neddle and poping that buble and the somehow getting rid of the lotion
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    murphmanny Banned

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    congratulations
    i'm going to consider this
    i don't care for protection though (no, not that way)
  4. dashwood03

    dashwood03 New Member

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    or maybe use a soft card, a non-scratching card.

    swipe your ipod up and down slowly, repeatedly until the bubbles are gone.

    but i think the card is along the package.
  5. PascalBe

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    The card works when it's freshly applied. Now that 12h are past, I can't move the bubbles anymore... I'll see if their customer service answer. I they do, I'll post the advice here.
    ------------------double post merged------------------
    I had a reply from iWrap customer service:
    Indeed they start to disappear. iWrap is definitely a good product!

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