When we buy a new smartphone, one of the first things we do is to apply a screen protector. Screen protectors are among the most critical details we prefer or will choose for our smartphones. Without screen protectors, we cannot protect our devices’ screen technology, and we may damage our screens during any impact or fall. To prevent such incidents, we must choose a screen protector.
Screen protectors are manufactured with a technology similar to gorilla glass technology that we prefer in our smartphones. Thanks to this technology, our smartphones do not get damaged during any impact. To ensure this, we must choose screen protectors, as mentioned above. Screen protectors shatter during an impact or fall, which helps protect the screen technology.
Why Do Screen Protectors Have Air Bubbles?
Screen protectors are produced under much better conditions compared to old-generation technologies. They even provide a guide to help users attach this equipment to their devices more effectively. Users can apply screen protectors to their devices without needing a second person.
Applying a screen protector is, of course, a straightforward process. However, there are still some details we need to know. For example, the adhesive part at the bottom of the screen protector needs to be attached to a clean surface. This ensures both better adhesion and no air bubbles between the screen protector and the device’s screen.
Many users who apply screen protectors see air bubbles within the glass. This situation occurs due to the screen not being thoroughly cleaned during installation and incorrect steps when attaching the screen protector to the screen surface. If you encounter such an event, you need to follow these steps:
- Remove the screen protector from its place.
- Clean the screen again with the alcohol-based wipes included in the package and dry it.
- After making sure the screen is entirely clean, place the protective glass evenly on the screen.
- After placing the screen protector, use a card or a similar object to push the air bubbles towards the edge of the glass and eliminate the bubbles.
FAQs about Screen Protectors and Air Bubbles
Is it possible to reapply a screen protector after removing it due to air bubbles?
Yes, it is possible to reapply a screen protector after removing it due to air bubbles, as long as the adhesive side is still clean and sticky. Make sure to clean the screen thoroughly before reapplying the protector to avoid further air bubbles.
Do air bubbles on a screen protector affect the touchscreen functionality?
Small air bubbles generally do not affect the touchscreen functionality. However, if there are large or numerous air bubbles, they may cause touch sensitivity issues. It’s best to eliminate air bubbles during the installation process to ensure the best touchscreen experience.
How can I prevent air bubbles while applying a screen protector?
To prevent air bubbles, clean the screen thoroughly, ensure the screen protector is aligned correctly, and apply it slowly and evenly. Use a card or similar object to push out any air bubbles that may form during the application process. Following the installation guide provided by the screen protector manufacturer can also help prevent air bubbles.