What is the range of anti-oil paint?
Modern mobile phones have an oleophobic coating that protects the screen, improves smoothness, and reduces fingerprints. This coating consists of a thin layer of a fluoropolymer-based solid (similar to Teflon) that bonds to glass. Over time and use, this coating will wear down and you may notice parts of the screen getting greasy or soiled with fingerprints easily.
Step 1: Clean the touch screen
Thoroughly clean the touch screen with an alcohol pad to remove all fingerprints, smudges and grease.
Clean the screen with a clean microfiber cloth.
Step 2: Clean the screen with a clean microfiber cloth
If your kit has a sponge applicator, be sure to point the product up. Gently press a tissue on top to release excess pressure.
If your kit, instead, comes with a dropper or bottle, simply apply 10-15 drops directly to the screen of your device
Step 3 Apply the paint to the surface
Apply 10-15 drops of anti-oil paint liquid to the surface.
If you are covering a large surface, such as a large phone or tablet, apply ten drops to one part of the screen and work on one part at a time
Step 4 Rub until the liquid disappears
Using a facial tissue or paper, rub the liquid around the screen to cover it evenly until the liquid is gone.
Step 5 Give the paint time to set
Do not touch the screen for at least 4 hours after application. The longer you leave the screen on, the more effective the paint will be. For best results, apply the paint before bed so the product will stick overnight.
You can then wipe off any residue left on the touch screen with a clean microfiber cloth.