Instructions: Clean your device with the microfiber cloth. Wipe device with the cleaner wipe thoroughly until the cloth is dry and let set for 2 minutes. Clean device thoroughly again with the microfiber cloth. Apply liquid glass nano wipe thoroughly in horizontal and vertical strokes across the device in all areas. Allow to dry untouched for at least 10 minutes. Buff device with the microfiber cloth in a circular motion. Device can then be used. Glass bonds are fully formed after 24 hours. For best results apply when least likely to use device i.e. before sleep to give maximum amount of drying time before buffing
Liquid glass has additives specially formulated for high density smart watch quartz glass
Universal screen protector, compatible with all devices regardless of brand
Extra tough coating is scratch resistant, water resistant, and antibacterial
100% bubble free and invisible
Warning: Use only as instructed, do not apply to a cracked screen, not intended for high impact protection
Guard your smart watch, regular watch, or fitness tracker from scratches with a few swipes of this liquid glass. Shark Proof creates tons of molecular bonds with the glass, and acts as a protective shield.
Use this liquid screen protector to guard your phone, tablet, or smart watch from scratches and dings with a few swipes. Shark Proof is a nano “liquid glass” wipe that you apply to glass (it even works on eyeglasses).
The formula is engineered on a molecular level, which means tons of micro particles dry clear and create a tight bond with the screen’s glass. Those little “bodyguards” ward off scratches from things like keys, pens, and clothing. Shark Proof is non-toxic, transparent, and also protects against dirt, oil, and bacteria. Though the coating won’t make your phone waterproof, it will repel droplets and smaller splashes, too.
Everything else on your phone will work as intended—touch features, like the thumbprint sensor or home button, and the microphone. The wipes work on flat and curved glass, but be sure to select the right formula for the glass you’re protecting. There are specific formulations for a smart watch (which needs a denser coating), eyeglasses, and any make or model of phones, laptops, and tablets.
It’s important to note that the coating won’t protect against high impacts. So, if you’re prone to dropping your phone or tablet, you’ll still want an impact-resistant case.