Only Liquid Glass+/Pro+ models includes a $100/$300 glass repair guarantee, should the product fail to protect your glass from breakage. Liquid Glass models that do not carry the "+" in their title do not include any type of guarantee or warranty. Liquid Glass+ details, terms and conditions can be found at https://register.cellhelmet.com/
Go to https://register.cellhelmet.com/ and follow the instructions.
Contact customer service at 1-877-310-5923. Once your registration has been verified, take your phone to the repair facility of your choice. Once your phone is repaired, provide the receipt and a check for up to $100/$300 will be sent to you.
Once you properly register your purchase, you are covered. If your device were to break within 1 year, just follow the warranty instructions on the provided card. Your coverage qualifies you for up to $100 or $300 reimbursement.
Please watch this video for more information - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqLRZREzwco&t=3s
Liquid Screen Protection is 3rd party tested to 9H hardness, which is the same rating as traditional tempered glass screen protectors. Liquid Screen Protection has also undergone various drop tests, showing treated glass as up to 6X stronger than non-treated glass - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqLRZREzwco&t=3s
Liquid Screen Protection can be applied to any glass surface on your device (front or back).
Application is simple. Clean your phone with the provided alcohol wipe, apply the Liquid Screen Protector and buff it off. All instructions are included in the packaging, as well as an application video on our youtube channel.
Yes, however, we recommend that you do not pour it inside or let it pond overtop of them.
No. Once it is applied it is embedded in your glass. Unlike traditional tempered glass screen protectors, there is nothing to remove.
It is recommended that you use the entire contents of the vial on a single device.
No, it does not. Liquid Screen Protector is invisible once applied.
No, once you complete the buffing process, Liquid Screen Protector is invisible to the naked eye.
Both serve the same purpose to protect the display on your device. While tempered glass lays on top of your screen, Liquid Screen Protector actually bonds to the glass itself, on a molecular level.
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