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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Cell Phone Protective Skin Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Cell Phone Protective Skin Review
Is your mobile phone screen all scratched up? I recently had the chance to review a protective skin from Best Skins Ever for my Samsung phone. With their skin on my phone now, it should be scratch resistant and safe.

Best Skins Ever sells clear, invisible protective skins designed to fit all different models of mobile phones, tablets, and electronic devices. You basically visit their website, find your device model, and order the sub $20 item. Most are even sub $10. Wait until arrival, then enjoy the fun of placing the skin on your phone/device.

Installation is relatively simple. It just sounds a lot harder than it actually is. You start with removing the battery out of the device. Turning off should suffice but the instructions call for complete removal of battery. Next, wipe down the device with a lint free cloth. Then you need to mix for a spray bottle some water with some dish washing liquid. The spray is used for two things. First, for your hands. It helps to prevent leaving fingerprints behind. Secondly, for the back of the skin, once separated from its backing. The water doesn't help make the skin adhere. It just helps delay the adhering so you can adjust the skin just perfectly onto the device. There is a second skin that is part of the set. That is used for the back of the device, so the mobile phone will be completely wrapped up. You basically just repeat the application steps again to install the back adhesive, too.

Now, my phone has a scratch resistant skin on both front and back of phone. And, I can have fun trying to scratch it. Thankfully all attempts to scratch have failed, even the screwdriver, and that's what I like about it. Yes, it is a pain to get the skin situated just right, but you can basically set it and forget it.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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