PET, TPU, or Tempered Glass – all you need to know to choose a screen protector

A bit of a disappointment in the past, today's screen protectors are easier to install, cheaper, and better than ever in every aspect. There are three varieties - PET film, TPU (polyreuthane), and our undisputed favorite - tempered glass. And then there are two methods to get them on your display – dry and wet. So here's more about how screen protectors work and what they offer...
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30. portsmouthisland

Posts: 2; Member since: Jan 21, 2015

The wet applied I have never had problems with dust, guess the liquid forces it out, just a lot of work on a large mobile device. With dry applied, at home, I have only found the steamy hot shower, naked apply works. Yes you need to be naked, clothing full of lint and dust. Turn on a well made led flashlight at night in the house, you can see the airborne dust. You would be better off waiting for rain outside and applying a dry screen protector outdoor if the wind isn't blowing. Where I retired from there were a couple of dust free rooms, pricey whole room filters because of experiments with lasers running, miss those rooms.
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