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Liquid Glass Screen Protectors

At Phone Medics Plus, we’re always here for you to repair your devices when they break, but we also want to help you keep your devices safe so that they don’t break. That’s why we offer a full range of protective products for your cell phone or tablet. That includes a wide selection of phone and tablet cases, tempered glass screen protectors, and now, we’re excited to announce that we’ve added a brand new product to that lineup: Qmadix Invisible First Defense liquid glass screen protectors.



Traditional screen protectors are great at keeping your phone safe from scratches and cracks, some even do an okay job of keeping away fingerprints, but they can also be bulky, difficult to apply, and have an unsightly edge that can spoil the aesthetics of your phone, especially if you have a curved screen. Qmadix Liquid glass screen protectors offer a comparable level of scratch protection with no bulky layer or ugly borders, and without the difficulty of making sure you’ve got everything lined up just right.

When you open up the package for your liquid glass screen protector, you’ll find two cloths: the first is the same kind of microfiber cleaning cloth that comes with most screen protectors, so you can be sure your phone’s screen is free of dirt and debris and skin oil before you get started. The second cloth is the applicator for the liquid glass. To put the screen protector on your phone, all you have to do is open up that second cloth and wipe it on your screen in a circular pattern, working your way from the center of your screen out to the edges. After that you just wait five minutes for your screen to dry, polish it again with the microfiber cloth, and you’re done. The screen protector takes 48 hours to fully cure, but you can start using your device again once the five minute drying period is over.

You can apply the screen protector to devices with curved edges, and it works on any device with a screen up to ten inches - meaning you can use it on anything from your Apple Watch to your Galaxy Note to your iPad. The best part is, Qmadix offers a $100 screen replacement warranty. All you have to do is register your device after you’ve put the screen protector on, and then if your screen gets damaged, they’ll pay you $100 for the replacement.

The way it works is actually pretty simple: the primary component in the liquid you’re applying to your phone is silicon dioxide (SiO2), the same chemical glass is made of. When you apply the liquid to your phone, you’re essentially coating it in an extra layer of glass. This extra layer protects your phone’s screen from scratches and dirt, and is specially formulated to repel skin oil and bacteria as well.

If you’ve ever been frustrated with traditional screen protectors, then the Qmadix Invisible First-Defense liquid glass screen protector might be just what the doctor ordered for your phone. Come on in to the Phone Medics Plus repair facility at 91 E. Merritt Island Causeway in Merritt Island today and check out this amazing new technology.

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