3 Things You Don't Know About Tempered Glass Screen Protector

Do you really know about your glass screen protector?

You must have heard of or are using a tempered glass screen protector on your cell phone right now. But do you really know about a glass screen protector?

Here are 3 things you don’t know but you should know about the tempered glass screen film.

  • What makes a good glass screen protector?
  • What kind of test can it withstand?
  • Are you correct on applying?

1. What makes a good glass screen protector?

How do we know whether a tempered glass screen protector is good or not? To find out the answer, we should learn from the very beginning. Yes, we will start from what it was made of and how it was produced.

What is the material?

A: Of cause, it is Glass!

We all know the screen protector is made of glass, but what kind of glass it is and how it was made into a protector?

So, it leads us to the classification of two materials: Glass and AB Glue. Regularly, the thickness of the glass ranges from 0.2mm to 0.4mm, some can be as thin as 0.15mm after being processed. Normally, the thinner the better, but it is also more difficult and expensive to make a piece of thinner glass.

Based on material, the glass for screen protector can be divided into Soda-lime glass and Aluminosilicate glass. Both of them can meet the need of today’s screen protectors on the market, though the Aluminosilicate one would be harder. When we look at the glass from a side, the greenish one is the Soda-lime glass while the Aluminosilicate one turns out white. The well-known Corning Gorilla belongs to the Aluminosilicate glass. However, most of tempered glass screen protectors are not made of Corning Gorilla due to its fancy price. Instead, the manufacturers will use glass from other brands which may not be as good as the Corning Gorilla ones but not so pricy.

How to make a tempered glass screen protector?

Totally, there are 10 steps to produce a tempered glass protector. From material chosen to a glass protector comes out and being pack into the box, a lot of work have to be done. Here is a map to help you learn more clear about the process.

2. What kind of test can a good glass screen protector withstand?

 

A good tempered glass screen protector can withstand any test, such as bending test, waterproof test, oil-proof test, scratch test, heating test and explosion-proof test. Have you ever trial any of these tests on you current glass screen protector? If you want to find out whether yours is good or not, just go ahead to give it a try.

 

1. Bending Test

Not only the hardness but also the toughness.

bending testbending test on Cambond iPhone 7 glass screen protector

 

2. Waterproof Test

Special plating coating technology. Dripping like the pearl.

Waterproof Testwaterproof test on Cambond glass screen protector

 

3. Oil-proof Test

oil-proof testoil-proof test on Cambond glass screen protector

 

4. Scratch Resistant Test

Scraped finish repeatedly, there is no scratches.

scratch resistant testscratch resistant test on Cambond glass screen protector

 

5. Heating Test

heating testheating-test on Cambond glass screen protector

 

6. Explosion-proof Test

Scraped finish repeatedly, there is no scratches.

explosion proof testexplosion proof test on Cambond glass screen protector

3. Are you correct on applying glass screen protector?

 

Are you confused about installing a phone screen protector? Have you ever mad at screen protector installation? Do you have any trouble getting screen protector lined up correctly and getting all the bubbles out?

Applying the glass screen film is very easy, what you have to do is to do it on a right way. The following steps you shouldn’t miss.

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