How to apply a screen protector without leaving bubbles step by step

With the advancement of the technological world, some smart devices like our mobile phones they have become some of our most precious treasures. That is why the mobile phone industry has focused on manufacturing and marketing excellent quality products, which have high standards of resistance to external factors such as heat and water.

However despite these efforts. The risk of damaging our phone in an accident is still latent. As well! For this, an extra protection tool has been created, which they have called screen saver. That it is nothing more than a kind of tempered glass layer in charge of cushioning or reducing the impact in the event of a fall.

How to apply a screen protector without leaving bubbles?

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Glass or tempered glass is a safety tool that was initially implemented in vehicles, since at the time of a crash. The splinters produced by the impact caused serious injuries to the occupants. However, over the years, users saw the possibility of applying this tool on mobile devices.

It is in this way, it is how the screen savers. This being an efficient method for the care of the devices. Since it provides greater resistance to the screens.

Screen protectors are a thin layer of glass that has been subjected to high stresses to increase its resistance. For this, thermal or chemical methods are used that betray one side of the glass, while the other is compressed. Resulting in a material that provides security to any device that it is covering.

Steps to apply a screen protector without leaving bubbles

Place screen protector

The first step is to select a screen protector that is made of impact resistant material, make sure that the measurements fit your device or is made specifically for this model.

Has to clean and disinfect your hands prior to the placement of the screen protector, to prevent sweat or any other element presented in these from staining and leaving fingerprints on the screen, making the result look unsightly.

Another important action is to have all the elements that you are going to use when placing the protector completely clean, this includes the packaging and the work table. Make sure the solvent type to use is smooth. Some protectors come with two application cloths. One wet and one dry. You must pass them consecutively. You can use two methods, depending on your pulse or your practice.

The first is simpler and consists of place the device horizontally and align the screen protector to match the location.

Next, you must carefully peel the tab from the adhesive without touching the internal spaces to avoid staining them. Go placing the screen protector very slowly from bottom to top and as you stick it you can go compressing up to prevent air from being encapsulated.

In case there are some bubbles you should use a flat object such as a card or credential make it firm. With it, you will remove the air horizontally to the sides (be careful not to scratch the protector).

Another method of removing bubbles

Another way is the hinge trick and consists of align the device with the screen protector almost perfectly and join the protector to the back of the device using an adhesive tape.

The protector should resemble a cover that covers the screen of the device and there should be no uncovered space, and the tape should hold the protector firmly. Once this has been achieved, proceed to carefully detach the tab from the protector without touching the center to avoid staining.

Now evenly touch the device to the protector. Make sure that when performing this movement all parts are touched. To avoid leaving any air gap. You can remove the air bubbles with a flat object such as a ruler or a card or credential.

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