Monday, March 14, 2011

I Kid-Proofed My Smartphone Thanks to the 3M Natural View Screen Protector!

Just a few months ago, I got my very first smartphone, but I soon discovered that this cool new phone was no longer mine! My kids were often begging to play games on my phone, and I often caved in, especially in the car since it helped eliminate backseat squabbling. Needless to say, I became worried that my phone would get damaged thanks to my boys’ slippery and sticky hands. I bought a case for my phone to protect it from being dropped, which gave me some peace of mind, but I was still worried that my kids would scratch up the phone’s face. So, I put a 3M Natural View Screen Protector on my phone’s screen, and now I no longer worry that it will get scratched up!

The 3M Natural View Screen Protector was very easy to apply to my phone. Just peel and stick! I used one that was tailor-made for my device, so it fit perfectly, and the images on my screen are still crystal clear. The 3M Natural View Screen Protector is also designed to help reduce glare and improve contrast. The edges are even specially made to keep dirt and dust from accumulating along the sides of the phone.

Here’s a cute video that shows how the 3M Natural View Screen Protector protects your phone from keys, kids, and even kittens!

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My smartphone may have been taken over by a couple of first-graders, but I no longer worry that it will soon look like one of their beat-up toys. With the 3M Natural View Screen Protector, I know that my phone’s screen will remain scratch-free. Click here to learn more about the 3M Natural View Screen Protector for your smartphone!

DISCLOSURE: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of 3M and received a Natural View Screen Protector to facilitate my review and a gift certificate to thank me for taking the time to participate.


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