Dynaflo Announces Scratch-Resistant LIQUID-ARMOR Screen Protector Spray

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News Posted: Fri, Aug 17 2012 11:38 AM

Dynaflo introduced a new liquid screen protector known as LIQUID-ARMOR. According to the company, you can protect the glass screen of all of your favorite electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles, and cameras. LIQUID-ARMOR is designed to be twice as strong as traditional screen protection film. According to Dynaflo, the LIQUID-ARMOR won't interfere with the sensitivity of a touch screen or its clarity. LIQUID-ARMOR is designed to help repel dust and is also weather-resistant. An application of LIQUID-ARMOR is said to last for up to six months. The spray is available for about $25 from many retailers, including Target.com and Walmart.com.


Provides a scratch-resistant surface for any smart phone, tablet, e-reader, gaming console, camera and more

FREMONT, Calif. - August 16, 2012- Dynaflo, a leader in Nanotechnology, is excited to release its premier screen protector product, LIQUID-ARMOR.  With one simple application, the revolutionary Nano coating technology creates a scratch-resistant surface for any device with a glass screen including all smart phones, tablets, gaming consoles, cameras and more.

“This is the world’s first truly invisible non-film screen protector solution,” says Tony Huang, CEO of Dynaflo.  “We understand the importance of personal electronics so we developed a solution that fuses cutting edge technology with the simplicity of a spray bottle.  It’s two times stronger than traditional screen protectors!”

LIQUID-ARMOR is specially designed with an antistatic and weather-resistant formula so your device will stay protected in most conditions.  Remarkably, it will also repel dust for up to six months.  The solution ensures that the electronics’ screen will stay shiny and fresh with a high gloss finish despite normal wear-and-tear. 

The LIQUID-ARMOR formula will not interfere with your phone’s use as it preserves touch screen sensitivity, and the vividness of the display.  Unlike those flimsy plastic film protectors on the market, you will never lose clarity with LIQUID-ARMOR.  The Nano technology guarantees it will remain bubble-free and not crack.

What is Nanotechnology?

Nanotechnology is the manipulation of matter on an atomic or molecular scale.  Using Nanotechnology, LIQUID-ARMOR spray smooth’s out the surface of your device filling in every tiny crack and crevice that cannot be seen by the human eye.  This way, the particles (i.e. dust, grease) that come in contact with you screen on a daily basis cannot do any damage since there are no irregularities in your screen to attach to.  The result?  Even the smallest particles will simply slide off your screen due to the molecular structure and density of LIQUID-ARMOR.  This phenomenon is also known as the “Lotus Effect.”


Applying LIQUID-ARMOR is simple and quick.  Just spray once or twice on the included micro-fiber cloth, and wipe the LIQUID-ARMOR in one direction on your screen for about 15 seconds until it’s evenly distributed.  Allow time for the spray to set, and then you’re device is completely protected.

One application of LIQUID-ARMOR lasts up to six months.  It retails for $24.99 MSRP.  You can pick up LIQUID-ARMOR at Target.com, Walmart.com and more.

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sackyhack replied on Fri, Aug 17 2012 11:49 AM

Interesting. My cat likes to sit on my lap whenever I'm using that nice shiny tablet you guys sent me and swipe at the screen. This might make it last a little longer.

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Sweet. I always use zagg sheilds but i will gve tjis one a try

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geeknik replied on Fri, Aug 17 2012 4:24 PM

I wonder if this stuff would work on the windshield of my car... =)

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Jaybk26 replied on Fri, Aug 17 2012 6:01 PM

Ok, this looks amazing. If this actually works they will definitely have me as a customer.

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New? I think I bought this stuff three month ago. There is one problem with it, it is impossible to tell if it has actually been applied unless you go ahead and try to scratch your screen. BTW, when it doe become damaged you can crape it off with a fingernail and re-apply. A single bottle will be enough for a few devices.

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mhenriday replied on Sat, Aug 18 2012 4:05 AM

Test, test, test !...


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Erakith replied on Sat, Aug 18 2012 4:21 PM

I remember when Zagg first released the "invisible shield."

At the time I was a manager of a cell phone company, and to demonstrate the effectiveness of the product I had one on my phone, and would jab my screen with a ballpoint pen.

It was pretty amazing that nothing happened, really cool product.

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