Do you like vintage goods or have you ever visited the second-hand market in Japan? When people talk about how the Japanese preserve things, foreigners are surprised to hear what they have to say! ‘What kind of methods do the Japanese use to keep things looking brand new?’ People often find many old things in Japan that have maintained the texture of the product as if it were new and it gives you the feeling like you’ve traveled back in time. From the architectures, apparels, accessories to furniture at home, it is plain to see that the owners have preserved the products carefully and respectfully.
Nowadays, most people need to use 3C products such as mobile phones and computers in their daily life. Inevitably, the products acquire wares and tears or even become completely broken. Often we end up spending extra money to buy new ones… So, if you want to take care of your mobile phone, computer, etc. and want to know what method or product the Japanese use, I will introduce a top-rated product – liquid glass protection ‘クリスタリュージョン'(Crystalusion)!
‘クリスタリュージョン’ is available on Amazon Japan. If you would like to order it, you can order it on Amazon Japan and have it sent to your hotel since there is no service for shipping overseas. The liquid crystal screen protectors are for anything with a glass screen i.e. mobiles, tablets, and PCs. The liquid glass protection is more advanced than the protective film that is offered in many stores selling paraphernalia for mobile phones and computers. Besides, the user doesn’t have to worry about the bubble problem, it adds a diamond-enhancer and makes the product harder! Here are more advantages:
It can withstand scratching to a higher degree than most untreated surfaces.
The product is a dirt and oil repellent that resists grime appearing on your device and enables you to quickly and easily clean with minimal wiping.
Water molecules are larger than the matrix of the liquid glass layer thus, rendering it water resistant. Water cannot penetrate the surface of the glass layer.
Crystalusion is antimicrobial which means that when bacteria comes into contact with the treated surface, it cannot divide and therefore die – helping to keep your device bacteria free.
Step 1. Gently clean the device with the cloth provided in sachet 1. Make sure that the entire surface of the device is cleaned (this includes front, back, sides, top, and bottom). Continue until the cloth is completely dry. Allow it to dry. It’s crucial that all dirt and grime are removed before moving onto the next step.
Step 2. Coat the device in Crystalusion by wiping the device with the cloth provided in sachet 2. Continue applying until the cloth is completely dry. It will probably take about 90 seconds. Make sure that the entire surface of the device is coated(this includes front, back, and sides as previously mentioned with cloth from sachet 1). Let it dry for at least 5 minutes before handling. It takes about 12 hours to completely form. If you need to handle the device, handle it lightly. We recommend that you coat the device before going to sleep or when you know you won’t be using it for a while.
Before you move on to the third step, allow it to dry at least 12 hours. If the coated surface shows signs of smearing, use the microfiber cloth provided to remove the residue by rubbing in a gentle circular motion.
-Switch off your device before application and make sure that it is not connected to any power sources and cases, screen protectors, headphones or USB cables.
-Do not apply excessively to headphone sockets.
-Do not apply Crystalusion near a fire or anything that is a source of ignition.
-Do not apply in direct sunlight or on a hot device.
-It has a lifespan of about 12 months. It depends on the individual usage of the device.
If you want to purchase this product, go to Amazon Japan. The link is provided at the bottom of the page.
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