Removing air bubbles from a new screen protector can seem daunting, but with a few tips it’s easy to do. In this blog post we’ll show you how to get rid of those pesky bubbles without ruining your screen protector. Read on to learn more!
Clean Your Screen Protector and Phone With a Microfiber Cloth
Microfiber cloths are great for cleaning your screen protector and phone. They remove air bubbles from the screen protector and leave it looking like new. Microfiber cloths are also lint-free, so they won’t leave any streaks on your screen. To clean your screen protector, simply wipe it down with a microfiber cloth. For best results, use a circular motion. To clean your phone, first remove any case or screen protector. Then, wipe down the surface of your phone with a microfiber cloth. Be sure to avoid any areas that contain sensors or exposed electrical components.
Peel the Backing off of the Screen Protector and Place It on Your Phone
When you remove the screen protector from its packaging, you’ll notice that one side has a sticky adhesive. This is what will hold the screen protector in place on your phone. Be careful not to touch this side of the screen protector, as it will be difficult to remove any fingerprints or other smudges once it’s applied.
To apply the screen protector, simply align it with the top of your phone’s screen and gently lower it into place. Once it’s in position, use your finger to smooth out any air bubbles that may have formed. Take care not to move the screen protector too much, as this can cause it to shift out of alignment. If everything looks good, you’re all set! Your phone is now protected from scratches and other damage. Enjoy!
Use a Credit Card or Something Similar to Push Out Any Air Bubbles That May Be Trapped Underneath the Screen Protector
One of the most frustrating things about putting a new screen protector on your phone is dealing with air bubbles. It seems like no matter how careful you are, there are always a few rogue bubbles that end up trapped underneath the film. But don’t worry, there’s an easy way to remove them! Just grab a credit card or something similar and use it to gently push the bubble towards the edge of the screen. Once it’s close enough, it should pop right out. Problem solved!
Wait for the Adhesive To Dry Before Using Your Phone
It’s important to wait for the adhesive to dry before using your phone, as this will help remove air bubbles from the screen protector. If you use your phone too soon, the bubbles will become trapped under the protector and will be difficult to remove. When applying the protector, be sure to smooth out any bubbles as you go. Once it’s dry, you can use your phone as normal. Just be careful not to drop it or apply excessive pressure, as this could cause the screen protector to break.
Air bubbles can be a real pain when trying to install a screen protector. We’ve shown you how to avoid them and how to remove them if they do appear, but prevention is always better than cure. So make sure you follow our tips for avoiding air bubbles in the first place and your installation process will be much smoother. Thanks for reading!