Fosmon Transparent Clear Screen Protector for Motorola Droid X MB810 with Lint Cleaning Cloth, 3 Packs by Fosmon Technology.
Excellent product for the price. I was hesitant to buy it when I read the reviews, but I am very happy. The key to these screen protectors is to know how to apply them.
The protectors have 3 layers each. The first layer (with the red tab) faces down and covers the "sticky" side of the protector that touches the screen. I say sticky for lack of a better word. The middle layer is the actual protector itself. The last layer (with the blue tab) is the top layer that you can use to press out bubbles without messing up the protector.
Applying the protector is somewhat difficult if it is your first time. First, I turned off the phone as I pressed some buttons which turned the screen on. Second, I put on latex kitchen gloves and washed them off thoroughly. The screen protector will not stick to the latex, nor with the latex leave an oily fingerprint on the protector. Third, I wiped the screen down with a damp paper towel, then dried it off with another. Then I rubbed the screen with the included lint-free cloth (coffee filters work just as well). Make sure that there is NOTHING on the screen, otherwise there will be an air bubble there that you cannot get rid of.
Now comes the tricky part. Peel off the red tab layer about halfway and align the protector with the phone of the top of the Droid's screen. Make sure that it is aligned perfectly, otherwise, the protector won't seal completely. Then roll the lint-free cloth up and rub it down the protector vertically as you slowly remove the red tab layer. Once that is done, and there are no major air bubbles, press the small air bubbles out from under the protector. Then grab the blue tab layer and SLOWLY peel it off diagonally. Go slow, otherwise you will take off the protector.
That's all there is to applying the protector. I did notice that there was a little residue (just enough to cause there to be some friction when sliding my fingers across the screen) left from the second tab. I got rid of this by taking the damp paper towel and gently rubbing the top of the protector with it. Everything came off perfectly.
Hope this helped someone. Don't forget that 3 come in a pack, so you don't have to get it right on the first time. Enjoy! Read More.