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What Equipment would I need?
1. A screen to cover

2. Some good anti static cleaning cloth to clean the screen (optional, not required)
3. A few drops of water, oil or lubricant to go between the screen and the screen protector s if you are a lot of trouble with bubbles when applying screen protectors (optional, not required)
4. A Pen/Marker, scissors, sharp blade or pen knife, ruler or sliding paper cutter etc... (if you want to cut it to size)

The following instructions are a guide only. Think of these screen protectors as very high quality transparent stickers. You can follow these basic instructions, but if you have your own way of applying these protectors feel free to use it. We do recommend however, that you read the additional hints that come after the instructions as they may come in handy. Most importantly, keep the intended target surface and the adhesive side of the screen protector free from dust, avoid bending it sharply prior to application which may cause a crease to form permanently, and avoid touching the screen protector's adhesive side with your hands. See the instructions below for how to wash the screen protector if you ruined your first attempt.

Step 1: Put your screen protector over your device. Step 2: Mark out the Corners of the screen with dots using a permanent marker or temporary marker, or by making a tiny dent in it with a pen indicated by the arrows, or however you want. Be careful not to permanently bend or cause a dent in the screen protector that you are going to use. We don't recommend you overlap onto the frame for touchscreens.
Step 3: Draw straight lines with a ruler to join the points together. This will tell you what size you need to cut out. Step 4: Cut out the screen surface required carefully following the lines (we recommend you cut it a little smaller so it won't stick to both the LCD screen and its frame, otherwise it may prevent touch screens from working)
Step 5 and 6: Separate one end of the protective layer that covers the sticky side of the adhesive screen protector. It is Very important that you DO NOT peel off the entire protective layer. This allows you to handle it easily and position it carefully without ruining the adhesive. You can use your fingers or tape to separate the layers (See the 'Tips to separate the Screen protector' Section below). Avoid touching the adhesive side after exposing it.
Step 7: Clean your intended surface and take the end of the screen protector that is exposed and align it to the destination screen. Step 8: Only stick/press one corner or edge / end down onto the screen first. Don't peel off all the backing layer yet or press the rest on.
Step 9: IMPORTANT: DO THIS SLOWLY . Now, with one corner of the screen protector anchored to the screen, peel off / expose another 3mm of the screen protector from the back film, then use your finger to press that exposed part onto the screen. Then peel off another 3 mm and use your finger to press the exposed part onto the screen again. Repeat this untill you reach the end. .. it will look like a zigzag motion all the way till the end. NOTE: It is normal for lines to temporarily appear as a result of the zig zag method, and they should disappear totally within 24-48 hours without having to do anything. You should pay attention to bubbles, and not the lines. Try to expose as little of the screen protector as possible from the protective layer each time you move forward; the smaller the gap the better.) Intervals smaller than 0.3cm (3mm) are very effective because air bubbles smaller than 3mm are difficult to form with this screen protector. The zig zag delayed peel off method allows you to restart easily if you mess-up, and prevents accidental sticking of unused sections of screen protector material. The demonstration photos used 1mm to 2mm intervals and took under 2 minutes to apply

How do i wash / clean the screen protector?

If there is dirt, stains or or glue residue on your screen protector when it came from the factory, put a little small drop of oil or adhesive remover onto a piece of tissue or cloth and use that part of the tissue/cloth to gently wipe the screen protector's surface. Don't pour chemicals onto the screen protector itself as it could overflow and seep into your device. Avoid scrubbing hard on the screen protector if it hasn't been applied to a screen, and avoid bending it or folding it sharply.

I got Dust and dirt on the sticky side.

Firstly please DO NOT attempt to pick off the dust and the dirt with your bare hands or tweezers. You can wash the adhesive side several times, but one significant scratch or dent/crease will ruin it forever. To clean the sticky side, 1) Soap your hands and fingers and pour some very soapy water onto the screen protector's sticky side till it all covered with soapy water (no detergents/chlorine; Liquid hand soap works well). 2) The soapy water will deactivate the sticky adhesive temporarily so nothing will stick to it, including the dirt, dust, and your hands. 3) Now use your soapy fingers to gently rub and wash the dust and the dirt to release themselves from the sticky part. Keep the screen protector fully soaped at all times, and do'nt scratch the sticky surface. One scratch will ruin it, but a couple of soap washes won't; so it may take some time.... 4) The sticky coating generally should not wash off at all unless you are using chlorine/bleach or some super type of soap that we don't know about. 5) Once all the dust and dirt is removed, hold the screen protector by the very edge and briefly rinse it under clean soap free water to get rid of the soap. Be careful as it will get sticky again very soon. 9) Hang it up to dry with a clothes peg in a dust free place or box. 10) Collect it again when it has dried to reattempt the application..

Tips to separate the screen protector

Common ways to separate the thin adhesive protector film from the screen protector involves using your fingers to rub the edges perpendicularly and one side should come off - just like you separate a badly prepared sticker from its wax backing. The best and easiest method is to use a bit of tape as shown below in the picture. You can also use a pen knife or blade to scratch (but not cut), the side of the adhesive protecting film that is about 1mm from the corner of the paper. Scratch inwards on the adhesive layer (the side protecting the sticky part of the screen protector), and the rest of the film should be able come off easily. Only scratch the very very edge so you don't ruin the protector sheets.

Which side of the plastic is the adhesive side?

When you first look at the screen protectors after receiving it, it isn't obvious at all which side is the hard plastic and which side is the thin film covering the adhesive. At first glance, you might accidentally think it is just a piece of transparent plastic - It is not! There are actually two layers which can be peeled apart to reveal a sticky adhesive side. The side which is harder is the side of the actual screen protector, while the flimsy thin side is just the thin layer of plastic protecting the sticky adhesive side of the actual screen protector till it is ready for use (as shown in the diagram above).

What else can i do with it?

You can use it to protect any surface/screen.. This includes Touch screens, Tablet PC's, PDA's, Pocket PC's, Car GPS Navigation screens, Mp3 players, mobile phones, LCD Screens, Touch screens, Watches, Monitors, Keypads, digital cameras, laptops, or pretty much any surface really. If the surface is hard, the flatter the surface, the more incredible the crystal clear glass-like the result). Using it on paper will be similar to laminating it.

Although these are not self laminating sheets (the adhesive is totally different, and requires larger borders to remain watertight), you can use them as such if you really want excellent results on the spot without using a laminating machine, or if you have a super large document to laminate. The advanced adhesive stick quite well to each other, looking similar to a laminate sheet.. There are usually no bubbles present and a clear see through result is achievable. As stated earlier, you may be required to leave a larger border around the laminated object when you cut it to size if you want it water tight, not like the one shown in the picture, which is just for general tear protection.