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    Hey guys,

    Just bought an invisible shield from Best Buy today, and not sure how I feel about it yet. It's SO bubbbly! I've been squeegie-ing it for the past 20 minutes or so trying to get out the bubbles and think I might be stuck with the ones that are in there.

    Does anyone else on here have one of these? The instructions say "micro bubbles" will dissapear in 12-24 hours, but I'm not sure if what I have is considered "micro" or not. Would love to hear from someone else who either installed successfully or someone who can let me know if I should stop wasting my time and bring this thing back.

    TIA!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smedley12 View Post
    Hey guys,

    Just bought an invisible shield from Best Buy today, and not sure how I feel about it yet. It's SO bubbbly! I've been squeegie-ing it for the past 20 minutes or so trying to get out the bubbles and think I might be stuck with the ones that are in there.

    Does anyone else on here have one of these? The instructions say "micro bubbles" will dissapear in 12-24 hours, but I'm not sure if what I have is considered "micro" or not. Would love to hear from someone else who either installed successfully or someone who can let me know if I should stop wasting my time and bring this thing back.

    TIA!
    Mine turned out fine. I installed a few on the iPhone and others, but the Pre was by far the most difficult to align. I'm not sure if it's a defect in the shield or the curved screen and back.

    I had three small areas that I wasn't happy with for the first few hours. They disappeared after 24ish. Maybe a little longer. And, the only defect (I screwed up) is not on the screen.

    SMALL bubbles will fade. Now, your definition of small and mine are probably different. Give it a day. Go from there.

    Are they actually allowing you to return it once you tried to put it on?
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    Be patient. Some of my bubbles lasted 4 days..however they do go away..

    My advise is just don't play around / push /scratch your nails on the bubbles. This can and will stretch the coating that can result in visible "marks." I have one on the battery cover that I regret.



    Treo 600 -> Treo 650 -> Treo 700P -> Treo 800W -> Launch Day Pre (RIP 08/13/10) -> Replacement PRE
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    Thank you guys! Guess I will give it some time, and if it still looks this bad, I'll remove it.
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    just put mine one last night and it hasnt really changed much and its been almost 20 hours. I do remember my q9c ,q, touch pro did take a FEW days for the bubbles to clear up. It took me awhile to align the pre one and I felt like I was gona mess the shield peeling off and on so many times. Like others said, give it at least a couple days.
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    hair dryer is ur friend

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