Originally Posted by polarissucks01
This is after one week. All the bubbles still have not disappeared. I need to get more bubbles out initially next time.
Something must have gone wrong there. I was worried about that too at the beginning, but now after 4 days, they're all gone. This picture is from yesterday.
Now, a question, but does anyone else here using this protector have the same thing as you see in the picture? My screen protector seems to have this rainbow banding after it was applied to the screen. But everything is smooth and clean and nothing is wrong with it other than those banding. I contacted DBAcases about the it and got a reply from the CEO, and he said that the rainbow is completely normal since that is the UV protection for the protector to prevent it from yellowing and peeling. He also said it should only be visible with the screen off, but tbh, in brightly lit room or outdoors in bright sunlight, I can clearly see the banding even with the screen on, to the point that it is actually making it hard to see the screen clearly (except I have full brightness on). The only time I cannot see the banding at all is at night time when there is almost no light reflecting off it.
I wish they had mentioned this somewhere or explained that this is a normal thing to happen to their protector. Other than that, I quite like this protector. My only other pet peeve is that due to the curve of the glass on the phone, it made the sides of the protector harder to stick during application, so now the sides of the protector have gathered a considerable amount of lint and dust and looks "dirty" againts the white background of the phone.
EDIT: Apparently the rainbow banding issue has been previously mentioned many times here. Sorry for repeating the topic over again. But nonetheless, it would've been nice if there is some kind of notice or warning for buyers that the rainbow effect is a normal thing.
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