When a tempered glass protector is cracked then it is no longer useful. It has taken one too many hits to avoid damaging your iPhone or iPad’s screen. Essentially, when tempered glass is cracked, your best option is to replace it or risk damaging your actual screen.
In this article we’ll provide you steps to replace the screen protector to keep your devices screen can stay protected. Remember if you have a installed glass screen protector it dramatically decreases the chance that your iPhone screen will break.
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The task of removing the old screen protector can be done in a couple of different ways. Whichever method you choose is entirely up to you. The process is usually straightforward, but if you want to ensure that you won’t scratch/damage your screen, or cause a mess of broken tempered glass, then take a look at the steps below.
The straightforward, simple solution is to attempt to remove the screen protector with your fingers. Get your fingernail under there!
Apply some tape and save yourself chipping a nail!
It is understandable that you could forget the methods of applying tempered glass to a screen as you may not have done it in a while. Ideally we want screen protectors to last us a long time so it’s a good sign if you have forgotten the steps.
Our main aim is to have a clean iPhone or iPad screen with no moisture, residue, dust, dirt, or fibers on the glass. You would be surprised at how easy these things are to miss. You will also be surprised at how all of these things can create large ugly air bubbles underneath the tempered glass. So take time to get it cleaned right. We recommend using a clean microfiber cloth.
The most common type of screen protectors used are known as dry mounted. The majority of screen protectors are supplied with a microfiber cloth and the adhesive side of the tempered glass is covered by a protective plastic film to prevent dust or fibers sticking to it.
Hopefully this article will help you in some way. It is important to remember that any cracks in the tempered glass, even if minor, will only get worse with time and your phone screen will not be properly protected.
ScreenFixed will apply a screen protector for you, beginning at the low cost of $15!
You can also try out our lifetime guarantee! For a one-off payment of $29 we will apply a tempered glass screen protector to your device, and if it ever breaks come back for another one. Again, and again, and again. Ask for details in store.
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