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9H Hardness of The surface. Protect back screen and lens from daily scratches, dust, scrapes, and normal signs of wear.
High definition with 99.99% transparecy which allows an iptimal viewing experice.
Specialized desgin with 3D-Touch, maintains the original touch experience with this screen protector.
Oleophobic Waterproof, A oleophobic coating on the surface prevents fingerprints and other contaminants and makes the film easy to clean.
Can resist splashing sand, gravel, debris. Not only can it resist splashes of sand, debris, dirt and stones. It can also protect the lens and screen if dropped from a height.
Quick response, smooth operation, and sensitive touch. The use of the tempered film will not have any impact on the operation and accurately sense the finger operation.
1. Gently clean the screen with the provided wet clean paper first, then dry the screen with another dry paper.
2. Use the guide stick to mark the intended position of the screen protector.
3. Fold the screen protector over and use the dust absorbed to remove all the dust and lint.
4.Peel off the film on the back of the screen protector.
5. Fold the screen protector back over and gently press the middle part with the finger so that it will be adsorbed gradually on the screen automatically. And then wipe the screen with dry paper to make the tempered film and the screen better fit.
The tempered film should be aligned with the screen before use. Please affix the tempered film at one time, do not put it on the wrong mark, then tear it back and re-stick it. This can lead to bubbles or corners lift that is not compliant.
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