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API The World's First Anti Fingerprint Oleophobic Coating Kit Fusso SmartPhone

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  • TheWorld's First Oleophobic Coating Kit by that you can recover initial performance of oleophobic coating of your smartphone
  • This is NOT CLEANER BUT PERMANENT COATING for ANTI FINGERPRINT
  • Very easy to coat, just 1-2 minutes coating by manual
  • Anti fingerprint, Oleophobic effect lasts for 3 to 6 months!!
  • 1 bottle capacity equivalent to 3-4 applications
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  • Weight: 0.32 ounces
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Product Description

Fussode COAT TM is the world's first hyper oleophobic coating DIY Kit manufactured by API Corp., Japan. The coat is developed based on nano technology for global Smartphones and Tablet PC manufacturers. Many major global Smartphones and Tablet PCs use this as their default anti-fingerprint coating. Feature 1. Ultra oleophobic effect 2. The coating has covalent bonding mechanism 3. Coating effects last for 3 to 6 months 4. The coating thickness is only 10nm, perfectly transparent 5. Easy to clean smudges. 6 . Touch screen becomes exceptionally slippery. 7. 1 bottle capacity equivalent to 3-4 applications. Included 1. Coating liquid 1 bottle 2. Microfiber cloth 1 cloth Instructions 1. Clean glass surface with microfiber cloth. 2. Drop 10-15drops of coating liquid on the touch screen. 3. Spread the liquid on the screen using a tissue. ( Liquid dries very quickly ) 4. Repeat step 2-3 two or three times. 5. Leave device for 8 hrs then wipe off remaining residue. ( Residue can be removed easily with tissue paper ) 6. Recoat 2-3 times on different days ( step 4 x 2-3 days ) Remarks : Please do not touch the coated screen for 6 to 8 hrs otherwise the oleophobic film may not bond with the glass perfectly and could be removed easily. Once the coated film bonds with the glass, it will not wear off for couple of months. Tips for a perfect coating ! The coating liquid dries very fast so please do not use cloth which absorb liquid easily. Small paper tissue is recommended for coating. Please refer to our HOW TO COAT instructional video on YouTube.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces
  • ASIN: B008H2GFUW
  • Item model number: API-FDC003
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,079 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Mark Jacobson on November 30, 2012
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I received the product and was immediately noticing the small size of the bottle. The instructions recommend coating the screen 3 or 4 times, with about 10-15 drops each time. After doing so it looks like I used up about 1/3rd of the bottle. I gave it, admittedly, a pretty generous coating each application. After curing 8 hours, per instructions, the screen definitely had an oleophobic property to it. I should also mention that my screen was a replacement screen, as the phone's original screen shattered. The replacement screen had no oleophobic coating whatsoever, and I noticed a dramatic difference after applying the coating. My wife also has an iPhone 4 that still has its oleophobic properties as the coating hasn't yet worn off. I would say the oleophobic properties of the Fusso coat is superior to the stock Apple fluorosilane chemical used to treat Apple products. I should also disclose that the bottle is labelled "contains fluorinated solvents", thus giving the impression this is a fluorosilane mixture or similar mixture. Whether or not it's the same type of formula Apple uses I am unable to discern.

I also have concerns about the durability of the coating, and I hope I remember to revisit this review and edit accordingly.

[EDIT]
It's been a few months now and the Oleophobic coating from the first application is holding strong as ever. Given that I have exceeded the amount of time estimated by the manufacturer for the coating to last, I'm assigning a 5 star review to this product. I probably will never need to buy another bottle unless I do another screen replacement, but if you buy a bottle for one device you can expect that bottle to be more than enough for that device's life.

Great stuff.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By LightCube182 on September 15, 2012
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I noticed a few scratches on the screen of my still pretty new Samsung Galaxy S 3 a week or two ago, and I was extremely perplexed. Thinking that the scratches must somehow be in the glass of the screen itself, I did some research and ordered some cerium oxide to polish them away. What I quickly realized while polishing my screen however was that though I was clearly rubbing something away, it wasn't the glass, it was the oleophopbic coating on top of the glass. When I noticed this I immediately stopped. Though many of my scratches had been removed, I was instead stuck with a rather large circular area towards the middle of my screen that was both less smooth and attracted far more fingerprints than the rest.

Fast forward to me finding this product. I was fairly skeptical at first as I had never heard of a do it yourself oleophobic coating in all my message board readings, nor were there any user reviews or reputable articles on the web describing how well this product worked. However, I purchased it anyway and after it arrived quickly in the mail, I followed the instructions and after just one night of adding the coating, the area where I had rubbed it off is seemingly completely restored. After a few more nights of coating, my entire screen in fact feels a good amount slicker.

My only complaints are that as most of the writing both on and in the box is in Japanese, it is a little hard to understand exactly how to use it. There is a video on youtube describing better how to apply it, but I found that it was not quite complete. When applying, in order to spread around the coating it is important to not use a cloth that is too absorbent as this will remove most of the coating before it adhears to the screen.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Natsuki Hasegawa on October 18, 2014
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It works.

Make sure you follow the instructions, they are in Japanese so here they are in English:
1. Clean the screen with the included cloth.
2. Put 10-15 drops of the fluid on the screen, and spread it with tissue or piece of plastic sheets (nothing too absorbent as it dries too fast, if you use tissue do not fold it).
3. Repeat step 2, 2 or 3 times.
4. Let it set for 8 to 12 hours.
5. Repeat the whole process days later for improved performance.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Loman Bell on June 1, 2014
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When I bought my iPhone 5, I immediately placed it into an Element Spec Ops Case and installed a Spigen Glas.t screen protector (gorilla glass sapphire hardness) on it. This combo has served well until very recently where it seems the coating of the Spigen protector has worn off and smudges, gunk builds up very quickly. Also, when first installed the Spigen Glas.t protector was silky smooth and almost felt invisible! The Spigen product is amazing by itself! But, all things wear out eventually and I decided rather than attempting to remove the Spigen protector, I'd re-coat it with this product first to see how it worked. Overall, I am very satisfied with the function and performance of this coating. After careful application, following the directions to the letter, I have successfully restored the coating to what feels like it's original state. The amount of solution/coating in the bottle is tiny, and doesn't go as far as I would have liked, resulting in the 4 star rating. Had the bottle contained twice the amount of solution/coating, I'd have easily rated it 5 stars. Overall, I'm happy with the purchase and impressed with the performance of the coating.
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