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This review is from: COD Screen Protector Film Clear (Invisible) for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 T3100 (3-pack) (Personal Computers)
I was able to install this screen protector with only using ONE protector (and now have two spares). Before I started, I closed the windows, turned off the furnace fan, and also shut off the ceiling fan. I've found this REALLY cuts down on those odd dust particles that magically show up on a clean screen. I also gathered up my repositionable tape and a couple of screen cleaner wipes. I cleaned the screen with the first wipe and then opened the second wipe and cleaned the screen again. Using that same wipe, I wiped down both sides of the screen protector (with its protective plastic still on, of course). One thing that I noticed was that it was hard to line up the two holes at the top of the protector perfectly over the two whatever-they-are circles at the top of the Tab 3 8.0 (the names escape me). Eventually I had things lined up pretty good and the button fit in the middle of the button hole on the protector. I only had a few little dust specs and was able to gently pick up the protector and use some of the tape to get rid of the dust. I am very anal about air bubbles. They drive me insane. (Looking at my hubs' phone or tablet gives me goose bumps because of the air bubbles I see.) Anyhow, using the little cardboard card that was enclosed in the package worked great to gently coax all of the air bubbles to the edge of the protector and then on to oblivion!! I think this only took me about 10 minutes from start to finish. The protector has NO air bubbles, is on straight, and looks absolutely perfect. The only thing that was in the package that I am not sure about is... what is the white label thing? I didn't see any reference to that on the back of the package. ??? The package came with three protectors, a big microfiber cloth that I didn't use, the cardboard card, and the rectangular white sticker-thing.
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Initial post: Dec 6, 2013 7:35:57 AM PST
H. Lynn-Blake says:
I believe the "white sticker thing" is for when you do get particles under the surface of the screen protector, you peel it back then use the sticker to "grab" the particle so that you are not getting the oils from your fingers on the adhesive surface of the protector.
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