Smartphone glass screen protection film, a defensive film/tape in light of polyester film with silicone glue and intended for touch telephone window, glass, and PMMA and PC assurance. The item accompanies against scratch and great wetting alongside no residue when it peeled-off from the surface. A screen protector is an additional sheet of material commonly polyurethane or glass that can be attached to the screen of an electronic device and protect it against physical damage. Screen protectors are made of either plastics, such as polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), or of tempered glass, similar to the device’s original screen they are meant to protect. Protection Film (PPF, also called clear bra, clear film or clear paint film) is a thermoplastic urethane film applied to painted surfaces of a new or used car in order to protect the paint from stone chips, bug splatters, and minor abrasions. Material-wise, a high-quality TG protector is multi-layered, usually starting with shock absorbent silicon on the bottom layer, followed by PET film, and an optically clear adhesive to ‘sandwich’ the previous two layers with the next two, which are tempered glass and oleo phobic coating. Protection Films. POLIFILM provides several specialized solutions for protecting glass surfaces. For this purpose, transparent or even translucent films are generally used. These films serve to protect glass from scratches or even low-emission coating. A transparent, plastic film or liquid that covers the screens of smartphones, tablets and laptops to protect them from scratches and damage. With ultra-thin laptops, the keyboard can press against the closed lid, leaving permanent marks on the screen. In such cases, a piece of leather or soft cloth can be placed over the keyboard before closing.