Technique: How to apply anti-fingerprint oleophobic coating

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This guide shows how to apply oleophobic coating to a smartphone or tablet PC touchscreen.

  • Author: Ken Masaoka
  • Time required: 1 to 2 minutes
  • Difficulty: Very easy

Anti-fingerprint oleophobic coating, applied to all Smartphones and Tablet PC touch screens, improves usability with scratch and water resistance. However, it tends to wear off, and may need to be reapplied.

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Edit Step 1 How to apply anti-fingerprint oleophobic coating  ¶ 

  • Clean touch screen by microfiber cloth included in product package of Fusso SmartPhone.

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Edit Step 2  ¶ 

  • Drop the coating liquid ( 10-15drops) on the touch screen and coat the entire screen surface quickly before it dries.

  • When applying to Tablet PCs, it's better to divide the screen area into 4 or 8 sections and coat each respective section of the touch screen area because the liquid dries very quickly. Liquid volume per area is the same as that for Smartphones.

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Edit Step 3  ¶ 

  • Repeat step 2 two or three times and leave the device for 6-8 hrs without touching the screen surface. The coated film is then firmly bonded with the touch screen glass.

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  • 2-3 COATS on different days to fully maximize Oleophobic performance and film durability is highly recommended.

  • Remarks : Leftover residue on the touch screen after coating can be wiped off easily after 6-8hrs by using tissue paper. Please do not remove them before completion of film bonding.

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Edit Step 5  ¶ 

  • You can get Perfect Oleophobic Coating on your device !!

For more information, check out the Phone device page.

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Comments Comments are onturn off

Very interesting guide. Awesome.

Do I have to remove the coating that is on the device when it's new?

Especially when the coating has some very small scratches?

And if yes, how to remove it?

Thanks

Peter Gordon, · Reply

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