need advice on how to prevent this.

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  1. Ari.

    Ari. Active Member

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    I have the capsuel touch case an di love it.

    However, when i insert the screen protector, i always get moisture bubbles, i knwo im picky and it look horrible, ive tried doing in differant rooms, i tried useing hairdryer on cool to dry it but nothing seem to work.

    How can i prevent this please?

    note im using the screen protector that come swith capsule touch.
  2. timmychan

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    too ahrd for the everyday person to do, you need to take it into the shop you bought it from and ask for them to help you put the protector on, they have a special tool.
  3. Ari.

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    dang i ordered online ;/
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    well, you can go to any apple store to get it done.
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    ok cool thanks =-]
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    i got it on perfect the first try. heres what i did.

    1) got a credit card or id card ready

    2)peeled off the thing from the films

    3) started from the bottom so that i could easily line it up with the home button

    4) as you got the first half inch or so on at the bottom, take the credit card and just press and push forward so that your putting the rest on with it and i got no bubbles.
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    It's not a risk to take though, I went and did it myself using that method, but after the first go, my film was all dirty as i tried to peel it off.
    Its better to go to a shop
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    if you will wait for 2 to 3 days the bubbles would actually go away, well mine did at first there was like 5 or 6 small bubbles then i noticed it is decreasing , until its totally gone

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    Don't know if this will help, but when I put my screen protector on, I sprayed some iKlear (plain old water might work) on it, and then applied the screen protector and pushed out the bubbles with a credit card.
    I can now barely see the protector on my iPod, I'd give it a try!

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