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Liquid Screen Protectors for the Meets?

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I came across a Reddit post where someone said they used a liquid screen protector for their meets.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07XCYVBSC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Has anyone here tried it? It's not very expensive, so I'd be open to trying it and wouldn't be too bothered if it didn't work. I just want to make sure it wouldn't ruin my screen lol

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Considering there’s reports of it not working, I wouldn’t recommend it. There isn’t any reports of damaged devices by using the product, so it’s safe. Since the m!x screen is the same size as the meets, you can use one that’s meant for m!x. Tamagotchis are pretty air tight near their screens, so it’d be impossible for liquid to seep in .There’s plenty of normal screen protectors on Amazon you can find. Use one of these if the liquid one doesn’t work. JapanYouWant has some too: https://japanyouwant.com/product/new-tamagotchi-meets-mx-crystal-shield-screen-protect-film-x1-pdakobo-japan

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41 minutes ago, Mandymom said:

Considering there’s reports of it not working, I wouldn’t recommend it. There isn’t any reports of damaged devices by using the product, so it’s safe. Since the m!x screen is the same size as the meets, you can use one that’s meant for m!x. Tamagotchis are pretty air tight near their screens, so it’d be impossible for liquid to seep in .There’s plenty of normal screen protectors on Amazon you can find. Use one of these if the liquid one doesn’t work. JapanYouWant has some too: https://japanyouwant.com/product/new-tamagotchi-meets-mx-crystal-shield-screen-protect-film-x1-pdakobo-japan

Thanks for the response, but these types of products have been proven to be effective at increasing durability of glass as it bonds to the glass on a molecular level. I was wondering whether or not it would bond to plastic or react adversely, ruining the clarity of the screen. Can't seem to find any info on that.

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I've never tried it but I wouldn't recommend it. As you said, it's meant for glass, it might have a bad chemical reaction with plastic and mess up your screen 😕 Also, just cause it increases the durability of the screen doesn't mean it still can't get scratches. I would really recommend a standard screen protector like @Mandymom recommended, besides, if that gets scratched, you could just peel it off and stick on a new one.

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This person says they use it and it works well

https://sunshinetama.tumblr.com/post/180955510701/what-i-use-to-protect-my-tamas-polywatch-to

 

I guess I was just trying to see if there were any other people here who have attempted this and had good results as well.

I'll just try it on my Magic On that I no longer use and see what happens, thanks though.

 

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Looks like you've got your mind dead set on it, so best of luck to you then! :) Hope all goes well :D

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