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  1. fred2028

    fred2028 Member

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    I put it on the back and how do I get rid of the small air bubbles? It said it would disappear within a few days and now it's been 3 days.
  2. Ari.

    Ari. Active Member

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    hey, just keep rubbing them and they should go

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    , its helped me before

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    sorry if you have no luck
  3. fred2028

    fred2028 Member

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    You mean literally just rub my finger back and forth over the bubble?
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    mohaas05 New Member

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    Try and push the bubble to the edge of the screen. If you can't, reapply the shield, making sure to do it without bubbles. I did it carefully when I put mine on and never had any issues with bubbles.
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    brownbox New Member

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    i found that my bubbles dissapeared with normal pocket use over the first few weeks(the pressure seems to push the bubbles right out). If they dont come out by themselfs from normal use, they arent going to. Dont try to remove bubbles with fingers/fingernails as they will stretch the plastic and that makes a real mess.

    Mohaas05 has the right idea.
  6. Ari.

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    rubbing the bubbles helped me, and it didn't mess anything up >.>

    i just gently rubbed it now and then and over a few days they went
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    Should mention this doesn't protect against screen dents. Got one on mine today. Fortunately its mostly to the side off of the screen.
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    eff3ctz New Member

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    Don't mean to sound like an ass, but ... duh? A film isn't going to stop DENTS.
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    Don't rub the screen, while your Ipod is in your pocket... People will get the wrong idea

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  10. yoshio_221

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    use the squeegee that came with the package.

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