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iPod Touch - How hard is it to perfectly put on invisbleSHIELD?


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I'm going to be getting a touch from a friend who is getting a mac very soon and already has one. I want to try this stuff http://www.zagg.com/invisibleshield/...ns-shields.php


I just know from past experiences w/ putting on stickers and films on other things that getting all the air bubbles out and the curves are always a pain.

I'm just wondering if anyone has personally put one of these guys on an ipod, touch, or iphone? and how hard is it to make it look really good.
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Pretty easy I would say. Took me about 5 minutes for each piece, so 10 total.
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and it looks really nice?
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and it looks really nice?
LoL do you need pics?
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Is that the new Touch?
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Nope old one.
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how long did you let it set for.

i read you should let it set for 24 cause of the spray for the zaggs one.
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how long did you let it set for.

i read you should let it set for 24 cause of the spray for the zaggs one.
Well I didn't use a lot of water or spray, I just dunked the invisible shield thing in some water and let the excess drip off. Then I slid it on and used a card to press out the excess water and air-bubbles out. It dried in like 30 minutes, and it looks perfect, can't even tell it's there.
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