ProtectPax New Invincible Liquid Glass Stone Protection For Smartphones

Mobile phone screens are usually fragile. Meet new ProtectPax liquid glass protective technology. The only way to protect the phone screen is covered in a layer of ugly protective film.

ProtectPax film new technology, invisible liquid glass to make your phone screen as strong as precious stones

But if you can cover the surface of the screen with a very mysterious sticky material that makes it more scratch-resistant and waterproof?

This mysterious material is ProtectPax, a stealth "liquid glass" screen protective film, that is used to strengthen any glass.

Protective film new technology, invisible liquid glass to make your phone screen as strong as precious stones

ProtectPax technology based on?

They are currently making on crowd funding , ProtectPax from "microscopic holes filled with titania particles' on a glass top composition. This can make your phone displays screen as "hard as gems".

Production company of this product says that this new liquid glass nanotechnology is initially made for for the aerospace industry.

And it is easy to paste this protective film for your mobile phone screen. This covers a large amount of sticky material on the glass screen surface and wait for 10 minutes to dry, and then your screen becomes invincible with durable display properties!

Protective film new technology, invisible liquid glass to make your phone screen as strong as precious stones

Of course, there are shortcomings on new glass protection technology. Liquid glass protective film is valid only one year. After a year it will wear and tear and this protective glass layer will need to replace. Here, we have a question, since the protective film is invisible, then how do you know whether the protective film covers the entire screen? Also, if this sticky material penetrates into the headphones that are not waterproof phone, will it cause damage to the phone?

If you have enough courage, try $ 39 to try ProtectPax

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