Screen Protector Application Tips (Exim but should work for others)
If like me you find screen protectors a total pain in the ass to fit without getting bubbles below them.
Then you will also know the joy of peeling them off and refitting them so many times that you have to get a new one because there is just no easy way to get the sticky side clean.
Yesterday i went to put my exim spuc protector on my xperia, with a bit of reading i found that these seam to work with surface tension.
I remembered i when fitting my invisible shield to my ipod it came with a spray which allowed the shield to be moved around once placed.
I attempted to use the steamy room trick where if you apply the protector in a bathroom after leaving the shower running the steam drops the dust particles out of the air.
I first cleaned both screen front and back on the xperia using a glasses cloth untill perfectly clean
To test i applied my camera protector with the spray from the invisible shield which i am nearly sure is just soapy water as it has no solvent smell and i am sure pain water would work fine.
I first tried to keep the exposed protector in the air for a little time as possible.
I proceed by spraying a little water onto the shield just before applying it to the device this made it very easy to position and using a squeegee and a lint free cloth i removed the water from below the shield and was left with a perfectly applied protector.
I repeated the procedure for the front screen and once again was very pleased with the results!
Ill post some pics up soon.
I take no responsibility for any damage caused by people spraying water or applying a screen protector to their device.