A hands-free phone experience
You've got questions, and we've got the answers. Let's dive in.
Q: What makes the case stick? Does it feel sticky to the touch?
We use a special epoxy resin on the back side of our cases. This allows the case to stick to certain surfaces for a zero-gravity effect. Because resin is a type of plastic, it feels like any other gummy plastic phone case.
Q: What does it stick to?
Glass - windows, cabinets, picture frames
Mirrors - as long as they’re glass
Some lacquered surfaces - Ikea’s high-gloss cabinetry finish
Some ceramic tiles - glossy backsplash tile
Q: What won't it stick to?
Metal - such as stainless steel
Chalk boards, white boards
Drywall, painted walls
Marble, granite countertops
Matte ceramic tile
Plastic and plexiglass surfaces
Wood and engineered wood surfaces
Q: How long does it stick for?
When tested on a mirror and lacquered cabinet, the phone/case was secure and removed after the 1 hour mark. In order to ensure a secure, long-lasting hold, please see below tips.
The above recommended surfaces must be totally flat and untextured. Any curvature, bump or groove to the surface will effect the case's ability to stick.
Both the adhering surface and the case must be clean and dry. Any sort of dust, oil or lint will compromise the case's sticking property.
Q: How do I clean my case?
From time to time, you'll need to clean your case to revive it's stick-ability. To do this, wash the case in warm soapy water. Dish soap works best. Avoid the use of chemical cleaners, scrubbers of any sort, and when drying, linty towels. The best way to dry your case is with a microfiber towel or allowing it to air dry.
Q: What are some ways I can use my case?
Following make-up tutorials
Capturing your outfit
Filming your workout
Catching up on your fave show
Following a new recipe
Filming a TikTok or Instagram Reel
Face-timing friends and family
Time lapse filming (make-up, hair styling etc.)
The opportunities are endless, really. It's time you #meetnulla and join the hands-free movement.
Still have questions? Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org