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aprilarchambeau 02-15-2009 11:19 PM

Question about the invisible shield, because I'm a dummy...Lol
 
So I got this 2 weeks ago, washed my hands like instructions said, sprayed my fingers as well as the shield, tried my hardest, BUT, still got fingerprints on it, can I completely wash it and let it dry? And re use it? And is there an easier way to get this on without getting fingerprints?

Thanks!

Mbai2 02-15-2009 11:40 PM

Re: Question about the invisible shield, because I'm a dummy...Lol
 
Keep your fingers wet at all times. If you let them dry, you'll get fingerprints on the skin.

hsanchez 02-16-2009 12:13 AM

Re: Question about the invisible shield, because I'm a dummy...Lol
 
rubba gloves!!!

bairice 02-16-2009 12:37 AM

Re: Question about the invisible shield, because I'm a dummy...Lol
 
Clean your fingers thoroughly to avoid skin oil. Rubber gloves will probably be a good idea, but it tends to stick very easily.

Letting it dry out probably won't work, but you might as well try washing it and see what happens.

ulysses 02-16-2009 01:50 AM

Re: Question about the invisible shield, because I'm a dummy...Lol
 
invisible shield? lifetime warranty right? get another one.. :-)

Keyone 02-16-2009 04:44 AM

Re: Question about the invisible shield, because I'm a dummy...Lol
 
Carefully wash the skin with soap and water, remembering which side is the sticky side. If you have compressed air spray, use it to remove the water; otherwise, just flap it in the air to remove as much water as possible. Spray Windex on your fingers and the skin. Apply as normal. Use the squeegie to get excess Windex out. Dry with coffee filter or other lint-free material. Because it is Windex, you can move it freely even after squeegying out the excess. Also, be sure to let it sit for several hours to dry (Windex takes a little while longer than just water or the spray). Use as normal, but I'd recommend using the provided case for a few days to completely ensure it dries completely.

As a side-note: During application, if you find it hard to make the small bends (corner pieces of the large part of the skins) stick, just let it sit for a minute and the Windex should dry out a bit and then you can use your fingers to push it and HOLD it down for a minute or two. If it still comes off, just wait longer and retry.

Remember, perfection takes time, but in the end, it is very much worth it. It took me about 2 hours to apply it perfectly. Now my TP is very nice even with the skin on (I ended up using the provided screen protector though because it is smoother).

aprilarchambeau 02-16-2009 08:38 PM

Re: Question about the invisible shield, because I'm a dummy...Lol
 
I have the provided screen protector on now, I just figured I would use the Invisible Shield because I bought it lol. Might just sent it back and get a refund


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