@Ayanami Tried this product in the past. Sub-par results. It didn’t seem to last very long nor was it very scratch resistant. Many of the reviews on Amazon seem to confirm my results. $1 per unit seems like a more realistic selling price for the performance.
@Ayanami I used it on my watch, it’s been pretty slick as a hydrophobic/oleophobic layer. Water beads off, making it much easier to use while wet, honestly. I don’t know that I’d say it’s bringing much in the way of scratch protection, but it DID reduce the visibility of existing scratches on the watch, so who knows.
I’m thinking its worth a try as a coating for some copper jewelry that I’ve gotten to just the right hue, and that I don’t want to have oxidize any further… what the heck, let’s see if it works. But there’s no way I’m pouring it on my phone.
Welp, I’ve bought a lot of stuff from Meh that turned out to be kinda crappy, but this is the first time I can say I literally would’ve rather lit a $5 bill on fire than buy this. At least that would’ve been quick - whereas I wasted 30 minutes on this to realize it was bullshit.
Not only does it not work, it doesn’t even come close.
There is nowhere near enough liquid in the bottle to cover the surface of even the smallest smartphone.
The liquid doesn’t come out of the bottle when you try and pour it, you have to shake it forcefully (spraying the comments all around instead of dropping out on your screen).
It’s not transparent. It’s an opaque milky liquid. So even if it covered the whole screen, it would render the phone unusable.
I tried spreading it around on the screen with the little plastic stick they included. That didn’t seem to do anything at all, but it was kinda fun herding this globule of milky water from one corner of my phone to the other for five minutes.
Honestly this product fails at literally every aspect of what it advertised and I have no idea what kind of crazy drugs the designers were doing when they came up with this.