Do you put your Screen Protector on with water ?Accessories


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  1. MelonSplitter

    MelonSplitter Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    A lot of vendors say that the best way to put on a screen protector is to use a mixture of Alcohol and Water to make your screen protector bubble-free. Has anyone used this method and if not what is the best way without water to be bubble-free ?
     

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  2. pinoyxpryde

    pinoyxpryde Member

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    Depends on the brand. Just use the directions that come with whatever you want.

    I used straight water with my phantom skinz, looks great
     
  3. MelonSplitter

    MelonSplitter Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Were'nt you worried you'd get water inside ? Is it bubble-free ? Do you have pics ?
     
  4. rwZephyr

    rwZephyr Well-Known Member

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    I know that invisiasheild comes with a spray that is water and baby oil and it works like a hot damn, if your worried about frying your phone. Take out the battery until it is dry, water doesn't hurt phones, its the short circuit that the water creates that fries it. so no electricity no Circut

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  5. Mabster

    Mabster Well-Known Member

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    Only some brands require you to use liquids. I'm perfectly happy with my static cling clarivue. I didnt want to risk the liquid application method.
     

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