This guide will show you how to remove the Zagg InvisibleShield Glass from your iPhone or Android. The process takes about a minute and leaves the screen clean with no residue left.
You might need to remove a Zagg InvisibleShield Glass screen protector to use a new case that includes a built-inc screen protector or you may need to replace a broken InvisibleShield Glass protector as part of the Zagg Guarantee. Whatever the reason it is a quick and easy process that you can do without any special tools.
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You can use the Zagg InvisibleShield Glass screen protector with most cases, but some tight-fitting cases that seal out water are not designed to handle any added thickness on the device, which is why we are taking the screen protector off.
How to Remove Zagg InvisibleShield Glass
We show you in the two-minute video below how to remove the Zagg InvisibleShield Glass screen protector from an iPhone 6. You can use this same guide to remove it from any phone or tablet that you applied a InvisibleShield Glass protector on.
All you need to do to get started is to peel up a corner of the screen protector. Assuming you aligned it properly and it is not sticking off the curve, this will take a little effort.
Start by trying to peel up a corner slowly with your fingernail. Make sure you don’t use too much pressure and ram the edge of the glass screen protector under your fingernail. Trust us, that hurts.
If you have trouble getting it started, you can slide a small razor blade between the screen protector and the device. Make sure you are sliding it in completely flat so you don’t scratch your iPhone screen while you do this.
Once you get it started, slowly pull up so that you aren’t bending the glass too much. It should release easily, but make sure you go slow so you don’t bend it too much and break the glass.
After about a minute we removed the Zagg InvisibleShield Glass from the iPhone 6. If the screen protector is broken, you may need to spend a little more time to remove any broken parts. There was no residue left behind and the iPhone 6 screen looked just like new.
If you need an InvisibleShield replacement, you need to contact Zagg. If you did not already register your product, you will need to do that at this time, including where you purchased it. You will then need to find that order listed in your account and request a replacement. You must enter a credit or debit card to cover shipping. You will get the new protector shortly and a return envelope. You must return the old one within 60 days or Zagg will charge you the full price.
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