My experience with removing the InvisibleShield

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  1. lqv2015

    lqv2015 New Member

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    I got a replacement yesterday to replace my old IS that's starting to peel off & has been really dirty.

    It takes a bit of work to remove it. Especially the back.

    I removed the front with no problems. It left a few residue, mostly on the side.

    When I did the back, the entire back was left with the sticky stuff. I used hot water & a lot of rubbing alcohol with a microfiber cloth. Surprisingly I didn't scratch it at all. I was able to get everything off so I was glad.

    Reapplying the new IS was an easy.

    My touch looks great again.

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  2. iPTF_BROWSER

    iPTF_BROWSER Active Member

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  3. shortperson1026

    shortperson1026 Active Member

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    What? Proper grammar please...
  4. lqv2015

    lqv2015 New Member

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    Bite me. I was on the touch.
  5. shortperson1026

    shortperson1026 Active Member

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    oh ok xD

    and no... I will not "bite you"

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