How To Keep Your Phone Out Of Bacteria & Germs

How to maintain your phone clean and out of germs, A recent study from the University of California showed that smartphones and other handheld devices could have as many as ten times bacteria than your toilet, if that worries you, keep reading.

We have a phone all day with us…

We have our phones in our hands most of the day every day, we place it on our face and even our mouth to talk, not realizing that many actions we would do with other objects that we consider disgusting.

How to disinfect the cell phone?

Using a damp cloth will not be enough and some of the antibacterial products you use to clean your home may be too abrasive and damage your cell phone. 

However, there are several homemade methods that you can use to clean the screen and other parts of your device without spending a lot of money.

First, the list of things we will need:

  • A toothpick
  • A little cotton.
  • Isopropyl alcohol.
  • Distilled water.
  • A soft towel
  • A microfiber cloth (similar to the one you use to clean the glasses).

1. The first thing you should do is clean the visible dirt in the small areas with the toothpick or stick. Be careful not to damage the charging port or speakers.

2. After this step, you can use the cotton pad to clean the corners and hard to reach areas.

The solution to clean your cell phone

3. Here begins the true cleaning. In this second phase, we will mix a little (200 ml) of distilled water with the same (200 ml) of isopropyl alcohol.

4. Use this liquid with the microfiber cloth to clean the screen of your cell phone and other surfaces With the glass you can disinfect the most difficult places.

If your cell phone is not water-resistant, be careful not to abuse the liquid so that it does not enter the sensitive parts. It should be remembered that all this procedure must be done with the device turned off.

If your cell phone is not water-resistant, be careful not to abuse the liquid so that it does not enter the sensitive parts. It should be remembered that all this procedure must be done with the device turned off.

When you finish cleaning with the liquid, use a dry cloth to wipe off excess moisture.
Wait a few minutes to make sure your cell phone is completely dry before turning it on again.
How many times do you wash your hands before and after using your cell phone? Did you lend the cell phone to your friend with the flu? You could share this article with your contacts.

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