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iPod Touch - Screen Protector Snafu - iPod touch 3rd gen


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I have a 3rd Gen iPod Touch that I just purchased last night, along with a Zagg Invisible Shield. I liked the invisible shield for the Nano better because it came with a spray instead of this sponge thing.

Long story short, there was no squeegee included with the Invisible Shield this time and I couldn't figure out how to keep my fingers wet long enough to avoid getting prints on the silly thing. I thought I could temporize with a credit card and some extra patience. I was wrong. Now I have an Invisible Shield stuck on my iPod touch at home with several very noticeable bubbles and a few wrinkles in it. It's pretty unattractive. There's also some cat hair stuck in it. Is there a way to remove this several hours after installation?

Also, is there another, easier to install, film cover to protect the entire iPod touch?

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It's as simple as just pulling it off. And if your looking for other skins, a google search will find you many

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I recently traded in my iPod nano fourth generation for the 5th generation, I had applied the invisibleshield to the old one and just had to peel it off. I truly didn't take much caution when taking it off, though it remained intact. I would believe if you carefully took off the skin and then reapply it should be fine. Though:

The only thing I can give you is the fact that the product stays intact.
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If you reapply it, it will look worse than before.. Once the adhesive is set it will never become perfectly clear again

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You kind of need patience and a clean environment to install these kinds of things.
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