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Removing Tempered Glass

Have you ever wondered what tempered glass actually is? It is stronger than annealed glass and is meant to protect your phone—and you—from injury. When tempered glass breaks, it shatters into dull cubes as opposed to shards. Tempered glass is used on phone screens, shower doors, glass tabletops, glass shelves, car side windows, rear windshields, etc.

Keep reading to learn how to remove tempered glass from different objects.

How to Remove Tempered Glass from Home Objects

Accidents happen. If tempered glass shatters, don’t panic—but also, don’t touch it. To safely remove an insulated tempered glass door that has been shattered, for example, here is what you should do:

  1. Unscrew the screws that attach the panel to the door.
  2. Peel off the panel.
  3. On the side of the shattered glass, place a towel or sheet on the ground.
  4. Scrape the glass off, but be extremely careful, as the glass will fall.

Removing Tempered Glass in Your Home with Glass Doctor®

Finding a tempered glass company is crucial when you have broken or shattered glass at home. The specialists at Glass Doctor are specialized in home glass solutions—including tempered glass—which means we will install, remove and replace tempered glass from tabletops, cars, windows, doors and other home furniture.

With Glass Doctor, you get the following benefits:

Benefits of Choosing Glass Doctor:

  • Qualified glass experts
  • Free in-home consultations
  • Custom tempered glass designs
  • Upfront, flat-rate pricing
  • No overtime fee
  • Scheduled appointments

How to Remove Tempered Glass Screen Protectors

If you need to remove a tempered glass screen protector from your smartphone, turn off your phone first and then try some of these suggestions:

  1. Use a toothpick to create a gap to peel off the edges of the cover. The goal is to lift the screen protector up from each corner.
  2. When you can, fit a credit card into the gap, keeping the strain on the protector, while you slowly remove it.
  3. If this doesn’t work, you can put duct tape on the protector and try to slowly peel the protector out.
  4. Once the protector is off, use a microfiber cloth to wipe the screen clean.
  5. If you’re having a hard time getting the protector off easily, you can soften the screen with a hair dryer. Just be careful not to overheat your phone.

Call Glass Doctor for Tempered Glass Repair or Replacement

Instead of risking injury, leave the tempered glass removal to the professionals. With over 270 locations throughout the United States and Canada, our Glass Doctor experts are readily available to remove and replace tempered glass.

Call us at 855-603-1919 to schedule a consultation or get a quote today.



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