Imagine this. You just got your new screen protector. Your phone’s finally in reliable hands. But, upon, opening your screen guard, you realize things aren’t much simpler. It feels like receiving the secret to life in an extra-terrestrial language.
And, honestly, every new solution eventually becomes a new problem. But don’t worry! We’re here to help. Because, contrary to how it may seem, we believe your tools should work with you. And, truthfully, we traffic in solutions.
But, most importantly, we understand asking for help is oftentimes harder than what you need help with. So to spare your pride and time, here’s how to install your new screen protector. And don’t worry. Your secret’s safe with us!
Step 1: Pick a Screen Protector
Picking the right screen protector isn’t easy. It’s almost like selecting a spouse. But for your phone. Which, I guess, makes this an arranged marriage. But that’s neither here nor there—romance is overrated, anyway! Only you can know what screen protector’s right for you. But, if you’re unsure, we have you covered. Here’s everything you need to make an informed decision!
How to Install Your TPU Screen Protector
Consider this a choose-your-own adventure tutorial. If you’re looking for how to install your tempered glass screen protector, have no fear! Scroll down past this section. You’ll find everything you need to know! But, for now, here’s how to install a TPU screen protector.
Step 2: Find a Well-Lit Space and Get Organized
Find a well-lit surface to work on. A desk or table is ideal. Make sure you have everything you’ll need: your phone, a wipe cloth, a screen cloth, a dust remover, the screen protector, and a card. Turn your phone off before continuing.
Step 3: Wipe Dirt and Smudges off your Screen
Get your screen wipe. If your screen guard didn’t come with one, an alcohol wipe will do the trick. Wipe your screen clean of any dirt or smudges.
Step 4: Dry your Screen
Get your screen cloth. Wipe down the screen with your screen cloth so it’s nice and dry. If you don’t have a screen cloth, any glass friendly cloth (like a glasses cloth) is perfectly fine.
Step 5: Get those Persistent Pieces off
Use the dust remover provided. Swab and wipe away any residual dust. You don’t want this beneath your screen protector. Leftover bits could start looking fossilized in your new screen guard.
Step 6: Remove the First Layer on the Protector
Remove the first, bottom layer on your new screen guard. This is the adhesive layer. It usually has a tab or something to demarcate where to peel.
Step 7: Put the Protector on Your Screen
Line up the screen guard with your phone’s borders. Lay it across flat and evenly. Use your hand to press it on gently.
Step 8: Get Rid of those Bubbles
Nothing’s worst than bubbles trapped beneath your screen protector. There are two ways to get rid of them. One is to use a card—like an ID or bank card—to press and push the bubbles out. Simply scrape them toward and off the edge of the screen. Another is wrapping the card in a screen cloth as a precaution to avoid damage. Afterward, scrape the bubbles out and off the same.
Step 9: Remove the Top Layer
Lastly, remove the top layer. Again, there should be something indicating where you are to pull. Just peel it off and voila! Your screen shouldn’t be so nebbish and weak anymore. It should now be equipped to take on the world!
Now You Know How To Install Your TPU and Tempered Glass Screen Protectors
Now you know exactly how to install your new screen protector. It doesn’t matter if it’s a TPU screen protector or a tempered glass screen protector. You shouldn’t have any problems. The rest is up to you!
And remember not to take it for granted. Protection and security are invaluable. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns. We want to help keep your phone safe!