zagg invisible shield problem

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  1. touran22

    touran22 Member

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    ok so ive had my shield now for 2 weeks but already its starting to peel on all the edges???

    i don't get it whats wrong with it. is there anyway i can use something to keep the sides down? i was thinking of selloptaping them down? they aren't majorly peeled just sligghtly but i feel if i dont act now it will detoriate!

    thanks.
  2. SHIELDMAN

    SHIELDMAN New Member

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    hi I am employee of zagg. If the edges of your invisibleSHIELD are coming up you can contact us and we will be more than happy to assist you in getting a replacement invisibleSHIELD along with tips to help keep the sides down you can email me at blog4@zagg.com
  3. Alpha911

    Alpha911 New Member

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    ^^just tell us....or send me a pm....we all want to know how to do it...
  4. div^

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    Yeah it would be pretty good to know how to do that, since I'll get my new 2g touch in a few days
  5. lqv2015

    lqv2015 New Member

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    Yes, what's the trick into keeping the corners on "forever"?
  6. SHIELDMAN

    SHIELDMAN New Member

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    well the corners will not stay down forever which sucks but anytime you notice them starting to come up we can always get you a replacement invisibleSHIELD which is a good thing i think
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    div^ New Member

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    Well you don't sound like an employee now ...
  8. lqv2015

    lqv2015 New Member

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    Yeah, but it still is $4 for s&h. Why not send it in an envelope. Much much cheaper.
  9. SHIELDMAN

    SHIELDMAN New Member

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    shipping the invisibleSHIELD in an envelope is what we recommend to do becasue we do not need the packaging back all we need is the shield itself
  10. lqv2015

    lqv2015 New Member

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    I still don't understand why not. I'm in need of a replacement soon. Can I get it in an envelope & just pay $1 for s&h?

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