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    Default Free s t e a l t h guards is legit
    Just got mine today :-)

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    Yesterday mine arrived...very similar quality to ZAGG. However...

    ...seems I applied a bit too much "solution" to the front of the phone while applying the front one, and now I have moisture streaking inside of the display of my i4. Most likely between the digitizer and LCD layer. Anybody have any ideas if it'll evaporate out, or am I screwed?

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    LEGIT BUT CRAP. poorly cut and too small
    60% of the time, it works every time.

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    How do I order one?

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    How do I order one?
    http://stealthguards.com/index.php

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    The perforation of the back could definitely use some work, wasn't ready to peel off its backing. But the size seemed pretty good.

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    I liked it but I hated wat a pain it was to put it on I ruined the back part but lived the quality and size is decent will order again two this time

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    Just use caution with your iPhone 4, don't spray so much solution the way I did...at least on the front of the phone. I think it migrates in the speaker opening and into the layers of the screen.

    Thankfully, it DOES seem to be evaporating out. I left it streaming music last night, and much of the intrusion seems to be gone.

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    I think that putting on a lot of solution is important for it to properly slide into place. Maybe u can cover the earpiece somehow when installing. With zagg, I could never install it properly without soaking it in solution. Just remember, spray the protector, not the phone

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    And that's probably the key there. The instructions did say to spray EVERYTHING, phone and all, but I'm pretty certain soaking the protector only would have been sufficient. But now I have the experience, and I know what not to do.

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