Screen protector installation without bubbles and perfectly aligned

Have you ever installed a screen protector on your phone? Did you have to do it again and again and again, until you almost tore off all your hair in frustration? For all your trouble, the screen protector is always not aligned properly, there are bubbles everywhere and the more times you take the screen protector off, the worse it gets each time you reinstall.

Today, I will show you how to do it in about 3 minutes and it will be perfectly aligned. Most importantly, you get to keep your hair.  So sit back, relax and watch how I do it. If I can do it, so can you, because I’ve been known to be a rather clumsy fella. 🙂

5 Comments Add yours

  1. That’s a very useful video. Thank you so much for making it

    1. allakazoo says:

      You are welcome. Thanks for the compliments.

  2. Whitey Kitty says:

    Do you have any idea how to remove spider web bubbles inside the tempered glass? I tried opening it again and splashing some water but still nothing happened. I also tried pressing it down with pressure for 2 hours still nothing happened. Any suggestions? 🙂

    1. allakazoo says:

      I would use some alcohol to wipe and clean, as I feel that the spider web is probably due to oil residue under the tempered glass. But I don’t have experience, so proceed with care! 🙂

      1. Whitey Kitty says:

        Oh my, you must be heaven sent! I just tried it now. And so far, like 5mins already the spider web is not coming back! Will observe this for the following hours and days. I hope this will last! Thank you for suggesting! 2weeks since I installed the glass.

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