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Paperlike's iPad Screen Protector

How do I avoid scratches when using the Apple Pencil?

Your Paperlike is designed to withstand friction from the Apple Pencil. If you've noticed scratches on your screen protector after using your Apple Pencil, one potential cause could be the condition of the Apple Pencil tip:. If you see a small, black

How can I remove or avoid bubbles when applying the Paperlike?

During the application process, you may encounter bubbles. Air bubbles can usually be removed well:. Small bubbles that can’t be removed when you try to push them out are likely specks of dust or other airborne debris that landed on the surface of yo

What Paperlike size do I need?

The size of your Paperlike will depend on your iPad model. Please consider using the table below to match your iPad model to the correct Screen Protector:. You can identify your iPad using the information in this Apple support article or by entering

Can I put Paperlike on top of my existing screen protector?

While we have heard from happy customers that placing the Paperlike on top of e.g., a glass screen protector can work, we don’t recommend using the Paperlike in this way. To maintain responsiveness during tap/touch interactions, screen protectors are

How can I clean my Paperlike?

The best way to clean your Paperlike is with our all-in-one cleaning kit. If you don't have that nearby, you can also use some dishwashing liquid and a damp cloth, or alcohol-based wipes and a lens cleaning solution. To clean your screen. - Use the P

How do I get the initial Paperlike roughness back?

It is normal for the Paperlike to lose some roughness after heavy use. Hand and skin oils can clog the Paperlike surface, resulting in reduced friction. To extend the life and usability of your Paperlike, be sure to clean it regularly, e.g. with our

How do I remove an old Paperlike from my iPad?

The easiest way to remove an old screen protector from your iPad:. Use a credit card, and push a corner to pop up the old Screen Protector.

I sometimes hear squeaking noises. Is this normal?

In rare cases, residues of the glue that protects the Paperlike during shipping can produce a squeaking noise when the Apple Pencil glides over them. To solve this problem, simply clean your Paperlike. The noises should disappear:How can I clean my P

Is Paperlike available for tablets other than the iPad?

Currently, Paperlike is available exclusively for iPad.*. In the future, we may offer Paperlike for other tablets. Stay up to date on future releases by signing up for our newsletter at *What you can try

My Paperlike has watermarks, imprints or sticker residue

The Paperlike is a transparent, slightly matte Screen Protector that is not printed with any designs or watermarks. This means that if you still see a sticker or imprints, you simply have not removed one of the two protective layers yet:. Make sure t

There is a sticker on my Paperlike

Your Paperlike will arrive with a sticker that invites you to watch our application video so that you can have the best Paperlike installation experience. You don’t need to remove this sticker!. The Screen Protector is sandwiched between two sheets o

Which Paperlike version did I buy or receive?

On we only sell the Paperlike 2.1 made of new Premium Swiss Material and coming with a more colorful packaging for the following iPad models:. ✔️ iPad Pro 12.9"✔️ iPad Pro 11" & iPad Air 10.9"✔️ iPad 10.2" (2019, 2020 & 2021)✔️ iPad Min

Why is my Apple Pencil no longer working after applying the Paperlike?

A low battery is the primary factor that can cause a paired Apple Pencil to stop working. If the charge level drops below 2%, the pencil will stop functioning, and it is necessary to charge it as soon as possible. During the application process, you

Does Paperlike cause wear and tear on my Apple Pencil?

Minimally, yes. Here’s what we mean:. The added resistance that Paperlike creates will generate a small amount of friction between your Apple Pencil tip and your screen. This will result in minor wear over time and use. However, this is also true for

Detecting a Screen Protector on your iPad: Fast and Easy

The Paperlike has a slightly matte surface, distinct from the iPad's glossy screen. To check if a Screen Protector is already applied, examine the camera cut-out area. You should be able to see and feel a slightly raised frame around this area, indic