XO Skins ????

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR MAXX' started by Steve H, May 3, 2012.

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    I have never used a screen protector on any of my Droid phones. The other day I read a post here about XO Skins and how they help "hide" existing scratches. I have a very small scratch on my MAXX so I thought I'd give it a try. Today I received the "skin", read the directions and the first thing I noticed is that you need to pull the battery..........................With now way of removing the battery do I have to worry about the spray solution?
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    The Razrs are water resistant. I know they have you tube videos of people submerging their phones, I wouldn't recommend doing that!! However a spray for the skin I would think is acceptable.
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    Agreed.... The "wet" application is fairly common now. The zagg shield as well as many other screen protectors require a spray to apply them. And with the zagg, the wetter you get your fingers and the screen(common sense here) the easier it is to position it and apply it. I just try to limit the amount to NOT SWIMMING in liquid lol.

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    Ya and avoid pushing the solution out towards open ports. Just to be safe.