How to fit a perfect screen protector

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I'm a firm believer of protecting your investment; Mobile phone screens these days fit neatly into pockets and handbags, beltclips and lanyards have never been reliable to keep your phone secure. Screen materials are getting harder and less susceptible to marking and damage, but only to a point. Over time they will get that odd knick here and there, maybe a swiping scratch top to bottom, hence my OCD with screen protector fitting. 

Its not rocket science, but may take one or two goes to work out correctly but this method below is the best way I've found to fit any style protector in the market today. As for what type? Personally I've used the cheaper versions an replaced them more often (I use my phone a lot). The more expensive ones will give you more clarity on the finer level and possibly last longer, but how long is a piece of string? In the end both will look better fitted without bubbles or dust. 

So basically the addition of a fine mist of water will enhance the fitting procedure by allowing the water to "float" the air bubbles out. I use minimal water and do not work towards any openings in the phone. Never the less, the amount of moisture here is easily compared to being caught in the rain or the phone sitting in a sweaty pocket. Always be careful, but if you're not happy I'd suggest the dry method. 
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