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    i recived my BSE for iPhone and Video ipod, im a bit worried about this solution being applied to the surface of the phone? i have read comments and its just water and soap. But what if a bit of this solution got inside the phone through the headphone or usb port? ive seen the video on invshield site and he sprays it all over the skin? it seems a little dangerous?? (sorry bit paranoid but im in the UK and bought it from US so if i brick it its a £300 paper weight!! but i want the skin on there!?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by thesource View Post
    i recived my BSE for iPhone and Video ipod, im a bit worried about this solution being applied to the surface of the phone? i have read comments and its just water and soap. But what if a bit of this solution got inside the phone through the headphone or usb port? ive seen the video on invshield site and he sprays it all over the skin? it seems a little dangerous?? (sorry bit paranoid but im in the UK and bought it from US so if i brick it its a £300 paper weight!! but i want the skin on there!?)

    thanks
    Don't worry, it will evaporate. The iPhone has a protective surface hence why its a touchscreen phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phungy View Post
    Don't worry, it will evaporate. The iPhone has a protective surface hence why its a touchscreen phone.
    Phungy!!! HEEELPPP!! u seem to no about these (or anyone else thats put on a BSE)

    i got a problem where the black plastic meets the metal (8gb engraving part) a line of the solution is stuck in there and i cannot get it out. i know i should of notice that when putting it on! im worried it will go through the two parts into the phone,



    what do i do?? Some1 please reply asap before it sets?

    Will it evaporate eventually??

    thanks
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    Why don't you follow the instructions and use a credit card to push it all towards the edges?

    Oh and next time you try to take a picture like this, hit the little flower button on your camera so we can actually see what's going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wlp5 View Post
    Why don't you follow the instructions and use a credit card to push it all towards the edges?

    Oh and next time you try to take a picture like this, hit the little flower button on your camera so we can actually see what's going on.
    I said in my post, the solution is stuck in there! i have read the instructions, i did use a card but it was not coming out! thanks for the fast reply but a little more help would of done instead of takin the piss!


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    I was not taking a piss but obviously if you had used a card it would come out. Anyway, if the amount of water is small (can't tell from your picture) just let it dry for a few hours and it will go away on its own. At least in my case, the small traces of water just dissappeared on their own.

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    cheers i will leave it overnight, if its still there i will take it off to be safe (although it might be too late!?) fingers crossed!

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    I wouldn't worry about it. The only thing to worry before it sets is to make sure it's correctly alligned, make sure the hole matches the camera and the edges on other side don't stick out. The round edges are hard to stick, try it after it dries out for a couple of hours.

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    I have used Invisible shield and Bodyguardz which are basically the same thing...

    Bodyguardz seems to be made of a smoother material which is even less visible than invisible shield!

    So I would say the front of bodguardz is better but I would argue the rear protector of Invisible shield is better because it leaves spaces at the top and sides of the phone... some people will prefer the entire phone convered however I don't like it if the movement of the switches is impaired as I felt bodyguardz made happen.

    From the perspective of just cheaper front screen protectors - the crystalfilm they sell in Apple stores is really good!

    I have bought "normal" front screen protectors and they always leave bits at the bottom and side where they didn't stick properly but the crystalfilm being some static adhesive doesn't have that problem - it is flush to the screen which is very impressive!

    I don't know how well it deals with stratches yet but I am sure I will find out soon enough!

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    don't use that you need to apply it with water and soap on your phone get the screen protectors from apple.com they have some from power support usa i had them and they are really good right now i removed them i like my phone better without them no scratches right now
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