Please help. :(

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  1. AttackAniPod

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    I installed my zagg on my iPhone and I tried to realign it properly so I sprayed some on the corner of the shield and some liquid got onto the screen, I cleaned it up with the included cloth. A small black piece of it got stuck to the sticky side, I rubbed it off asap and now it left a huge area of little threads. How do I get rid of them?

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    Lux2GS Well-Known Member

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    Another pretty useless thread by you. Try to fiddle them out. DO NOT USE WATER!
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    Useless? I'm sorry that I don't like to waste my time travelling 50 miles to the place I bought this.
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    -Sigh- More useless threads. The only thing you can do is try to get them out with your nails or something. I doubt they will come out though.
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    Will they disappear like it says on the packaging?
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    No. Air bubbles will disappear. The little threads won't.
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    Ignore it? It's not that big of a deal. Or you can just get another screen protecter.
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    But I like everything clean you see. Lol. What ones are there? Like any cheap screen protector?
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