Liquid Glass Screen Protection FAQ

How do I make a claim?

Contact customer service at 877-310-5923. Once you verify your registration, take your phone to a repair facility of your choice. Once your phone is repaired, provide the receipt and a check for up to $100 will be sent to you.

How does the warranty work?

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 to be reimbursed up to $100.

How does it work?

LSP’s active ingredient is silicon dioxide. This will fill in and bond to the pores and imperfections in your glass display making it stronger and more durable.

How much harder does it make your phone screen?

LSP is 3rd party tested to 9H hardness which is the same rating as traditional tempered glass screen protectors.

How much of the phone does it protect?

LSP can be applied to any glass surface on your device (front or back).

How do you apply it?

Application is simple, clean your phone with the alcohol wipe, let dry, apply liquid, let dry, and buff off. All instructions are included in the packaging as well as an application video on our youtube channel.

Is it safe for all ports and buttons?


Can it be removed?

No, once it is applied it is now embedded in your screen. Unlike tempered glass there is nothing to remove

How much do you have to put on to be protected? Can I use 1 non-plus phone vial for two phones?

It is recommended that you use the entire contents of the vial on a single device

Where can I get it fixed?

Your device can be fixed anywhere that you choose. Just provide the receipt and follow the warranty process.Does it void the warranty?(RMA)

No, it does not. LSP is invisible once applied.

Does it make a glare?

No, once you complete the buffing process, LSP is invisible to the naked eye.

Is it like tempered glass?

Both serve the same purpose to protect your phone’s display. While tempered glass lays on top of your screen, LSP actually bonds to the glass itself on a molecular level.