Originally Posted by MaggieBeer
Did you use the Isopropyl to clean the adhesive side of the protector or? Seems to me that as soon as you get some dust/dirt on the adhesive side, it will be very difficult to clean
No, because I wasn't sure what concentration should I use and I was worried if it won't damage the adhesive.
But in fact the solution is very simple and it should work every time.
The important part is that we're dealing with a glass
screen protector, I'm pretty sure it won't work on regular, non-glass protectors.
And the part that does all the magic ... is this :
Yes, a simple but highly sticky
dust&lint roller ...
I basically placed the glass protector - adhesive side up - on a flat surface, surface that I've cleaned seconds before with the same sticky roller ( might stick a lot, depending of your surface, but no problem, you can peel away some sheets ). And then just roll the stick over the glass several times, especially in parts where I've noticed some specks of dust in the previous application. It doesn't stick at all to the glass, but it picks every speck of dust or lint - that's what it's made for, isn't it ?
Than you just apply it as usual - I've started with the home button, it seemed the trickiest to get right - and it falls in place and sticks by itself on the whole surface without any pressure or touching it or anything. If there's any speck of dust, just detach immediately and have a couple more rolls over that spot.
It worked perfectly for me.