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Screen Protector Cleaning

(Topic created on: 10-10-2020 09:54 PM)
Alpha07
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Galaxy S10 Series
My S10e has an Invisible Shield liquid screen protector, and it's the kind of one that easily gets dents from things like fingernails, and is also permanent.

When I get really bright colours on my screen, or even if it's just block colours (when reading books, white by) I can see a weird rainbow effect that you get when your screen is somewhat dirty.

Wiped down using microfiber cloth, and all forms of possibly wiping a screen down, but I still get these really ugly looking effects on my screen.

Pls send help 🙏
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Members_GoYJTz5
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Treat it with a high powered UV lihht
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Anonymous User
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you may just need to have a new screen protector fitted to your phone.
plenty of shops that fix phones provide this service when buying a screen protector from them.
Hopefully this is of some help to you.
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BandOfBrothers
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Do you think this is a result of the liquid screen protector you've applied @Alpha07  ?

 

 


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The advice I offer is my own and does not represent Samsung’s position.
I have no affiliation with Samsung.

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Alpha07
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Yes, I haven't had this problem before I applied the screen protector. Fingerprints are also a lot easier to see now, and the worst part is that it's permanently applied - I've seen videos of people trying to pull it off using thin items, but the glue is too strong and the glass ends up breaking.
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Alpha07
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The liquid protectors are permanent. Are you suggesting that I apply another one on top of it?
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