How to Remove Tempered Glass Screen Protector
The glass screen protector protects your LCD from everyday use, scratches, smudges, hard dings, and dents. Protectors offer peace of mind since they are much more affordable than your screen.
Under some circumstances you may want to remove and reinstall the protector for reasons like it was not aligned properly or there are cracks on it. The snap-on no-glue protector attaches to the screen by electrostatic adsorption which can be very strong.
The best option could be the small and Handy Plastic Remover which can remove Screen Protector safely. It is easy to hold by your hand and has smooth edge which prevents damage to the screen.
There are other alternatives which may not be as safe.
Basically, get started by sliding a thin plastic card such as a credit card between the screen protector and the device, and peel up a corner slowly and carefully. Peel it off from one end to another in a horizontal fashion. Do not use too much pressure. Some people use fingernail (it may hurt), a small razor blade (sounds dangerous).
The tempered glass will hold all the pieces in place even if it is to crack. Make sure you go slowly so you don’t bend it too much and break the glass.
There are also other options. People have reported success with dental floss. Slip it under a corner and gradually work it to the other corner.
Hair dryer may also be helpful. Heat it with a hair dryer very carefully to increase the temperature of the border. Then the glass will drop off easily.
In summary, the best solution could be the plastic remover/removing tool. However, thin plastic card, dental floss, hair drier, even fingernail or razor blade are all possible solutions. In every case, you have to be very careful and slow to get the best result without hurting either the device or yourself.