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Zagg glass invisible shield help

JenPl

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Curious to know...is it possible to take the shield off and clean the adhesive side? I seemed to have gotten little specks of dust during installation, and now it won't completely stick to the screen. Thanks for your help!
 

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You could try one of those "tacky" lint-remover brushes/rollers, sold as pet dander removers....
Never used one for this, myself....but worth a shot!
Good luck!
 

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I use a scotch tape to lift up and dirt or lint when applying screen protector.
 

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No way that I've been able to find. So I called it in and they said they would replace broken screen protector (wink wink). It does have a lifetime guarantee.



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I paid to have them install my ZAGG Glass screen protector...........
Costs a tad more but then I'm covered...they mess it up, they install a new one for free.
Installation also warrantied.

I love this Glass screen protector.......looks sweet and has a much better feel than the naked screen IMHO.
 

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I use a scotch tape to lift up and dirt or lint when applying screen protector.

My brother and I run a ZAGG store at a local mall, and this is exactly what we do to remove lint or anything else that sneaks under the glass shield during installation. Scotch tape does an excellent job lifting stuff off of the adhesive side.
 

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My brother and I run a ZAGG store at a local mall, and this is exactly what we do to remove lint or anything else that sneaks under the glass shield during installation. Scotch tape does an excellent job lifting stuff off of the adhesive side.
Not after you've already installed it and see it after the fact. There's no way to take it off and keep it adhesive.
 

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