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How To Remove Tempered Glass Screen Protector

How To Remove Tempered Glass Protector

How To Remove Tempered Glass Screen Protector
Asking how to remove Tempered glass is impact-resistant and often used to cover delicate surfaces such as phone screens. 

If your glass screen is shattered, you can raise the tempered glass screen protector to uncover the undamaged surface below it. Tempered glass is generally kept in the adhesive, which should be heated first to loosen it. Then gently peel off the thin sheet of glass to remove it and replace it.

Removing your old tempered glass screen protector

There are a few ways to remove your busted tempered glass screen protector, and the one you use will depend on how well-attached the protector is to your screen.

Before you start, use a hair dryer on low on your screen for about 15 seconds. This should slightly heat up and loosen the adhesive on the screen protector. Do not overdo this part.
How To Remove Tempered Glass Screen Protector
Method 1
Before you get out of your toolkit and work on your iPhone or iPad as one of Frankenstein's creations, attempt removing your fingernail screen protector.
Start by attempting to lift the screen protector from every corner. One of them has to offer! Once it begins to come up, stop pulling from the corner and move further along the protector as it begins to peel off. This is going to assist avoid it from falling to bits before you can get it all the way.
Pull slowly and evenly; otherwise, you'll have a jigsaw puzzle of tempered glass pieces to clean up.
How To Remove Tempered Glass Screen Protector

Method 2

Try using a toothpick to pry one of the corners. Make sure you point the sharp end to the screen protector as you do, and not down to the screen. Once you can get a corner up, pull your fingers, pull slowly and uniformly again. If you can, slide your credit card into the gap and gently move it along to raise the screen protector.

Method 3

1.Heat the glass for 15 seconds until its adhesive is loosened. A hair dryer on a low setting or another similar object makes for a good, safe heat source. Get the glass warm but don’t overheat it. It shouldn’t burn your fingers when you touch it
2.Roll a piece of duct tape around 2 of your fingers. Duct tape seems to have an unlimited number of uses, so it’s hardly surprising you can use it to take off a tough piece of glass. Wrap the tape tightly around your fingers. Make sure the sticky part of the tape faces outwards.
Doing this with your index and middle fingers may be the easiest way, but you can use other fingers if you feel comfortable doing so.

3
Press the tape to a corner of the glass. Choose a corner of the glass to work on. Any corner should do as long as there are no cracks near it. For cracked pieces, select an edge you can reach with the tape. Keep pressing the tape down until the glass sticks to it.
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If you can’t get a corner to stick, try another corner. Sometimes the corners can be stubborn because the glue underneath them hasn’t loosened enough.
If you’re having trouble picking up a corner, heat the glass again. You may wish to choose a corner and focus the heat on it to ensure the adhesive weakens.

4
Roll the tape slowly towards the opposite end of the glass. Raise your fingers, then move them towards the other end of the glass. The piece of glass should come with you.
 Be cautious, making sure it separates from the surface underneath it at an even rate. Once you are able to remove the piece of glass, use the tape on any remaining pieces.


Sometimes the glass will splinter because 1 side came up faster than another side. This will leave you with some smaller shards you can remove with your fingers or with the tape.

Dry mounting

This method is for tempered glass screen protectors that did not come with a bottle of solution.
How To Remove Tempered Glass Screen Protector

Clean your phone's screen with an alcohol pad if the protector came with one. Otherwise, use a lint-free microfiber cloth.
Hold the screen protector and peel off the film on its sticky side.
Very carefully align the screen protector with your iPhone or iPad's screen, making sure you line up the Home button, earpiece, and camera holes.
Slowly place the screen protector onto your screen, starting from one end and carefully working your way to the other.
  1. Use a credit card or any application tools that were included with your protector to ensure that it goes on evenly and without bubbles.

Smooth out any bubbles with a credit card or the installation card that came with your screen protector.
  1. Starting in the center, push bubbles out toward the edges of your screen with short movements. If you try long pushes, you'll just spread the bubble out under the screen protector. You can also use a microfiber cloth to do this.

Remove the film from on top of your screen protector. This should reveal a completely clean screen protector.
Wet mounting
This method is for tempered glass screen protectors that come with a bottle of spray solution (usually alcohol) to aid in installation. Some folks prefer applying screen protectors this way since it cuts down on static and helps prevent dust and hair from sneaking under your screen protector.
Clean your iPhone or iPad's screen using the spray and a soft cleaning cloth.
Spray both the front and back of the screen protector, being generous with the spray. This will prevent it from drying up during installation.
Carefully place the screen protector onto your iPhone or iPad's screen.
  1. Balance one end on the screen and slowly apply it from one end to the other, using a credit card or the flat of your hand.

Use the squeegee that comes with wet-mounted tempered glass screen protectors to squeeze the excess solution out from under the screen protector.Start in the center and gently push it out toward the edges, making sure to hold onto the protector, so it doesn't shift around.

Leave it to dry for at least half an hour. If you're putting a case on your iPhone or iPad, wait at least a couple hours. This will prevent the screen protector from shifting around and will allow it to fully adhere to your screen.
Keep in mind that during installation, you may have to remoisten the screen protector. It can be rather tedious to line everything up properly and you may have to reapply the spray a few times. Just be patient and careful.
Always remember that if there's any pits or cracks in your tempered glass screen protector, you should replace it, even if they're minor. Glass has a habit of turning minor cracks and pits into major defects.

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