1. rcazador's Avatar
    At a recent Black Friday Sale, I picked up a full body protector for my Lumia 822. Most good reviews, so I went ahead and set it up about 6 hours ago. At this point there are about 10-14 medium size(around 0.5mm) in diameter water bubbles trapped within the screen protector. Using a credit card i drew one of the bubbles to the edge, which flattened out perfectly as soon as the water escaped. From Bing I've found that, small air bubbles will disappear within 24 hours. What worries me is that applies to water as well? Should I be pushing the water out manually using a credit card before it sets completely and the water becomes unremovable?
    12-17-2013 06:04 AM
  2. SeanMisselbrook's Avatar
    You should be fine, wet apply take about 24 hours to dry out properly, the handset will be usable after just a few hours with most of the excess moisture drying out but around 24 to properly dry out.
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    12-17-2013 07:01 AM
  3. rcazador's Avatar
    You should be fine, wet apply take about 24 hours to dry out properly, the handset will be usable after just a few hours with most of the excess moisture drying out but around 24 to properly dry out.
    Thanks. I'm just a little too protective.
    12-17-2013 09:05 AM

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