Ghost armor for the GNexus...wet install?? Bad or no?

acr456

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Hey guys, I finally got my ghost armor in the mail. I'm a novice when it comes to screen protectors and did not realize that these require a wet install. I assumed all screen protectors were dry install. Anyway, would this be safe for the screen? According to the instructions the only applicant is soap and water. When this dries I shouldn't have a problem right? Any long term damages I would need to be aware of when applying soap and water to my phone? Thanks!!

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I installed a few screen protectors on blackberries using a soap and water mix, I took the battery out and let it sit 24 hours to dry, didn't have an issue with the phones malfunctioning on me.
 

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No bubbles.... i have found that the wet method works best for installing screen protectors with no bubbles. the water and the soap allow the film to slide around on the screen before it dries. after you squeegee it it will stay pretty well but after an hour or two it will be completely dry and perfectly installed.
 

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