3M LCD Screen Protection Film

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I would like to order one of these for my 07 coupe, but i did not see how to do that on your website. Can you let me know how I can go about doing this?

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You should be able to click on the buttons at the bottom of this page:

http://www.activetechdesigns.com/7722.html
 
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are these still available to purchase? I tried the link but it took me to a chinese website.
 
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You can order touch-screen protective glass screen in any size you want, measure your display and order the size you need. Be sure to order one with 9H hardness tempered glass with a 2.5d contoured edge, preferrably with an olyphobic coating.

Tips for installing it are to remove the HU (preferrably you would install the screen protector prior to installing the unit) run your shower with the bathroom fan off until the room is slightly foggy. Dust particles become too heavy to float and will settle on flat surfaces so you never have to worry about little lint pieces landing on the screen or sticking to the tempered glass protector prior to installing. Clean the screen thoroughly, align one edge, keep the other side gently lifted by keeping just your fingernail under the edge, work the bubble out from one side to the other and slowly allow the protector to settle onto the screen. If it develops a bubble then slightly lift on the edge that's still lifted and work that area a little better. Slight pressure from your fingertip is all that's needed to get it to adhere.
 
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