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Reviewed in Canada on April 5, 2019
I highly recommend buying some plastic "spudgers" for a few dollars which make is easy to remove your old broken screen protector and remove any bubbles when putting your new one one. The instructions make it appear like you need to lower the screen on to the phone flat but this is not how the pros do it (results in bubble pockets). Line everything up by getting very close to the phone using the tabs they provide. Then let the top edge of the glass touch the phone and let go, gently applying pressure toward the bottom of the phone. The glass will do most of the bonding on it's own with no bubbles. If any appear they'll usually be at the bottom of the phone. Use spudgers to press the bubbles out. Very happy with results and definitely price.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Just as good as screen protectors 10 times the price
By Jason Charette on April 5, 2019
I highly recommend buying some plastic "spudgers" for a few dollars which make is easy to remove your old broken screen protector and remove any bubbles when putting your new one one. The instructions make it appear like you need to lower the screen on to the phone flat but this is not how the pros do it (results in bubble pockets). Line everything up by getting very close to the phone using the tabs they provide. Then let the top edge of the glass touch the phone and let go, gently applying pressure toward the bottom of the phone. The glass will do most of the bonding on it's own with no bubbles. If any appear they'll usually be at the bottom of the phone. Use spudgers to press the bubbles out. Very happy with results and definitely price.
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