A Screen protector is an additional sheet of material – commonly polyurethane or laminated glass – that can be attached to the screen of an electronic devices dislay and help protect it against physical damage.
Yes – A simple film or Nano Glass protector will help save your device’s screen from physical damage. By creating an additional layer between the device and the user, any damage that would’ve hit the display is obsorbed by the screen protector, which are simple and cheap to replace.
No, a protector will not affect the sharpness or clarity of your screen display. Our protectors are manufactured with the clearest materials and are fully tested to allow 99.9% of light penetration – simply put, you wont notice it on your device.
A nano glass screen protector is a highly flexible yet durable screen protector, the protector is about 0.25mm thick so have excellent touch screen sensitivity while providing a good level of protection.
A tempered glass screen protector is a rigid old style of screen protection, they were often mass produced, and dye cut in non-environmentally friendly factories. The protector is about 0.3 to 0.5mm thick and are known to cause some devices screen sensitivity problems and often crack into sharp glass shards when damaged.
The outer layer on the protector is embedded with antibacterial agents, these active metal-oxide agents are harmless to the human body but deadly for bacteria. The technology is accredited under the antimicrobial norm ISO 22196.
Like anything, this will vary with use and the environment the device is used in, we recommend replacing these protectors once every 6-9 months.
Step 1 – Clean the device with an alcohol wipe.
Step 2 – Peel any backing layers off the protector
Step 3 – Align the protector on the device’s screen and apply pressure
Step 4 – Polish the protector with a polishing cloth to remove air bubbles.
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