Tablet screen protector applying does not always have to end in bubbles

Trust, the manufacturer of  computer accessories have been producing screen protectors for a number of years for all types of devices and it’s no surprise that they have them available for both iPad2 and Galaxy Tab, however what does come as a surprise is that they have now started producing video manuals for the application of these.  It can always be frustrating to find after struggling to apply a protector that you end up with bubbles on the surface that will lead to you either not having a completely clear screen or just removing it completely in frustration and risking screen damage later on.

Firstly, you will find below the video manual for the Galaxy Tab Protector

This set contains:

  • Set of 2 adhesive transparent sheets to protect the screen of your Galaxy Tab against scratches
  • High quality and 100% clear transparent material without negative effect on the screen sensitivity
  • With cleaning cloth and card to apply the sheet to the screen easily and without air bubbles
  • Anti-static and washable surface
  • Easy to remove without leaving stains

This product is available on Amazon UK via: http://amzn.to/TrustGalaxyTabScreenProtector

Secondly, you will find the video manual for the iPad2 Protector

This set contains:

  • Set of 2 adhesive transparent sheets to protect the screen of your iPad2 against scratches
  • High quality and 100% clear transparent material without negative effect on the screen sensitivity
  • With cleaning cloth and card to apply the sheet to the screen easily and without air bubbles
  • Anti-static and washable surface
  • Easy to remove without leaving stains

This product is available on Amazon UK via: http://amzn.to/TrustiPad2ScreenProtector

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