Get your Toast on!
Toast covers are not typical "snap-on" cases (and we are quite proud of that), yet they are just as easy to put on (and a lot more fun). Simply align the cover, peel off the backing paper, and stick! Be sure to follow all of the detailed directions for your particular device located on the packaging. Make sure your device is clean and free of any oils or protective films (we include an alcohol wipe or two with most of our covers to help you out, but bigger devices might need more to get spic and span).
We recommend doing a test fit first (with the backing paper still on) to see how the cover and any small pieces line up on the device. Toast covers are laser-cut for a ridiculously precise fit and designed to adhere like the dickens, so you will want to take your time to make sure it is aligned properly before adhering it to your device.
Nervous about installing your Toast Cover?
Behold, the Toast “Butterfingers” policy - think of it as free Installation Insurance!
Look - we understand that installing a Toast cover for the first time can be a little intimidating. They’re engineered for a precision fit after all, using strong adhesive to keep them perfectly aligned - so once installed, they’re not going anywhere. (Pro Tip: follow the installation instructions included in the packaging!) But don’t let nervous, shaky hands get the better of you. Relax!!
Under our unique Butterfingers policy, we’ll give you a free do-over if something goes wrong during installation. All we ask is for you to cover the cost of shipping and to send us some photographic evidence of the mishap, within 30 days of delivery (email pics to email@example.com).
Note that it’s up to our discretion whether your cover is misaligned to a degree that warrants “Butterfingers” status. Hey - we’re perfectionists too, but it’s gotta be within reason! Also, we cannot extend this service for covers purchased from a 3rd party. Sorry Amazon-ers... another reason to by directly from us!
iPhone 6 Installation video
Watch the Toastmaster install a walnut Toast cover on an Apple iPhone 6. He's the Godfather, so his tips and tricks will help you get a buttery-perfect installation.
Features the flower inlay series and optional front cover installation.
Razer Blade Stealth Installation video
Note 8 Installation video
Nexus 6P Installation video
iPad Mini 4 Installation video
Toast on, Toast off: how to remove a Toast cover
Gently heat your Toast cover with a hair dryer to help release the adhesive for easier removal. Continue to apply heat this way as needed throughout removal. (The cover and/or your device should never get too hot to hold.) Start at a corner of the Toast cover and SLOWLY peel it off. The thin wood veneer will want to break apart as it is removed, but the slower you peel, the more it will stay in one piece and the easier it will be.
If your Toast is covering a device that has a rubber or cloth finish (such as the Apple Smart Covers and Smart Cases), you won't need to use heat; simply start at a corner of your Toast cover to get it started and slowly peel it off. Do NOT use any chemicals or tools for removal as this might damage your device. If any adhesive remains on your device, simply rub it off with your finger. You can also clean your device after removal with a small amount of rubbing alcohol on a clean cloth.
Observe below how easy it is to take your Toast off - although we honestly have no idea why you'd want to do that, we thought we'd show you how.
(Note: Conair did not offer us any awesome devices in return for our inadvertent product placement. But we're totally open to some.)
You can find other helpful videos on our Toast YouTube channel here!