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Samsung s6 Screen protector, bubble right top corner-always

Samsung s6 Screen protector, bubble right top corner-always

Tried 3 screen protectors from (ZAGG Invisishield) and I know they have a free exchange policy. Had 3 different vendors put it on and eventually (a few months) a bubble forms on top right corner.
Thoughts?
Thanks
Peter

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Mr. Heresy here.

I no longer put on the protector. I just be for careful about putting it in my pocket with keys or pocket change. I get 2+ years without a scratch and by then I get a new phone.

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Thanks, hope some others chime in, must be shape of phone

Only happens in the right top corner. Phone never been dropped.
Thanks
Peter

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If these are plastic, old trick.

If it's a bubble I can get out a microfine needle to pierce the bubble and let out the air. Beats having to replace it at times.

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Yes. Use a tempered glass protector

Rarely, if ever, do I get bubbles anymore. Much easier to apply than the junk plastic ones. ~$7-8 on amazon.

It's imperative to make sure your S6 screen is free of dirt, dust and imperfections before applying anything.

cheers

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(NT) Zagg is a tempered glass protector

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