Collapse your PopSocket so that it’s flat against your device.
Pry the PopSocket away from the device.
Carefully pull the PopSocket away from the device until it releases.
While the gel is sticky, move the PopSocket to another device or move it to a different spot on the current device.
How do you remove Popwallet base?
HOW TO REMOVE AND REATTACH THE WALLET
PUSH TOP LEFT CORNER.
REMOVE. Read more.
How do you reattach a PopSocket to base 2020?
Can you Restick a PopWallet?
Popwallet is removable. Wallet must be removed to wirelessly charge. PopWallet sticks to smooth and hard cases. Will not stick to silicone, highly textured cases and many soft cases.
How do you fix a PopSocket that won’t stick?
Step 1: Give your PopSockets gel a quick rinse. Step 2: Let it air dry for 10 minutes. Do not leave it out for any longer, this will cause the adhesive gel to dry out entirely. Step 3: Stick your PopSockets product back onto your phone, and let it set for a few hours before engaging it again.
How many times can a PopSocket be removed?
How many times can I stick and re-stick my PopSocket? Over 100 times to a phone; only once to a cat. You can rinse your sticky gel with water if it gets dirty and loses its sticking power. Let it completely dry, but don’t leave it unattached to a surface for more than an hour or it might lose its power forever.
How do you fix PopSocket adhesive?
Can I super glue my PopSocket?
As long as you have stick it on a case at least it would be fine, super glue also works .
How do I get my PopSocket to stick to my Otterbox?
Close it flat, press down, and then give it a 90º twist. If there’s a “click” and the PopTop detaches, it’s swappable. Non-swappable PopGrips will remain firmly stuck in place.
What happens when your PopSocket doesn’t stick?
Try adhering your PopSocket directly to your phone to see whether the sticky gel is working properly — if it doesn’t stick to your phone, the gel is not working properly. In this case, you should rinse the base of your PopSocket with water.
Will PopSocket stick to Otterbox?
Yes, it should. I have 2 popsockets on 2 different phone cases with different material and it sticks to both of them very well. I have had no problems.
How do you remove old PopSocket adhesive?
There is a sticky gel or adhesive on the back of every PopSocket that helps it stick to your phone. If your PopSocket ever loses its stickiness, you can bring it back to life by rinsing the gel under water, letting it dry, and sticking it back on your phone.
How do you get a PopSocket to stick to a silicone case?
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