Zagg Invisible Shield Help.

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  1. parklaneyido

    parklaneyido New Member

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    I put one of these on my 2g touch at the weekend and wondered if anyone has any ideas or tips on how to speed up the disappearence of microbubbles?

    The one's that were on the back seems to have more or less cleared up, but the bubbles that were on the screen are still there and are very annoying.

    I am an impatient person and am close to ripping the whole thing off!

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    I know Zagg said they do go, but I want them gone NOW!

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  2. Iceman515

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    what i did was just peel off to the bubble and wet it again and squeegee it out. That or push hard and force it to form one bubble and slowly push it out.
  3. parklaneyido

    parklaneyido New Member

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    These are tiny pin prick bubbles that I cannot move. Would it be safe to peel half of the shield off and restick it then?
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    I applied mine, didn't get any bubbles, did you use enough fluid?
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    parklaneyido New Member

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    Yeah, I used loads. As I said, they are the microbubbles that Zagg say should go.
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    I decided to pull the front off, and start again. After 45 minutes of sraying, aligning, squigying, messing it up and trying again I gave up and ripped the whole thing off and threw it away. £12 in the bin, but glad I'm not stressing anymore and not looking at bubbles when I'm on iPod.
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    did u try using a credit card rather than the squeegy? ive heard different results.
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    So have I; many say a credit card works better.
  8. roboticos

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    You threw yours away!!?
    i need one...

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    They wont go away. I had to redo it. Its perfect no except a little corner didnt stick so it just attracted dirt on a little not noticable piece.
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    parklaneyido New Member

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    Nope. Bit late now

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    . Oh well, I'm happy enough with my crystal case.

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