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How to install Tempered Glass Screen protector

1. Clean dust. Firstly, clean hands, no dirt and dust, wipe mobile screen with the Fomax fiber cloth and the alcohol swab (All included in the package as a set).

2. Adjust position. Adjust the position of tempered Screen protector slightly according to the mobile screen before the actual installation. Peel off the protective layer on the adhesive side.

3. Carefully align the Screen protector and the cutouts to the screen and slowly begin the application process. Make sure not to touch the silicone adhesive with your fingers, hold onto the Screen protector by the sides and place it onto the surface of the device.

4. Press tempered glass help to adhere to screen. Press the center of the Screen protector only a minimum amount of pressure is necessary. The adhesive should smoothly glide across the phone screen and adhere to the device.

5. Air bubbles extruding if any. If air bubbles get trapped under the Screen protector, use the squeegee to remove them, beginning from the center to the side.

 

 

A best screen protector-Tempered Glass

Protection with a temper! Tempered glass (TG) screen protectors are the absolute best you can buy. Material-wise, a high-quality TG protector is multi-layered, usually starting with shock absorbent silicon on the bottom layer, followed by PET film, and an optically clear adhesive to 'sandwich' the previous two layers with the next two, which are tempered glass and oleophobic coating. All of this scratch, oil, and shock protecting goodness is compressed into a <0.3mm-thick sheet that's no harder to apply than a PET or TPU protector, and none heavier or otherwise obnoxious. 

A glass protector is superior to its alternatives in every way. It has better light transmittance, making for a clearer display. It's anti-reflective and glares reducing. It has oleophobic coating, which heavily reduces fingerprints. It has the smooth feel of actual glass under your fingertips. Unlike Gorilla Glass 3, it resists sand scratches, making it the only viable option for beachgoers. And let's talk about shock protection. T-glass protectors boast a material hardness rating of 8H to 9H, meaning they are hard enough to resist scratches from anything that's not topaz or corundum (extremely hard aluminum oxide). Yet, they aren't completely shatter-proof. Since this is toughened fomax glass we're talking about, in the event of a fatal drop, the protector will absorb all the damage and break into tiny shards. Chances are pretty good that your display will end up unscathed underneath. Thus, instead of having to replace the entire screen, you'll only have to get a new protector. Which is easier on both your soul and your wallet.