The Right Way to Clean Your Mobile Phone The Right Way to Clean Your Mobile Phone

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The Right Way to Clean Your Mobile Phone

We all rely heavily on our mobile phones and want them to work efficiently daily. For many people, the primary thing we expect about when someone asks, "Have you ever cleaned up your mobile phone" is the way to remove junk files and therefore the hundreds of bad photos to free some storage space.

But the primary thing that ought to come to mind about cleaning a mobile phone is removing the possibly deadly microbes and bacteria that are covering your phone daily. Whenever you touch your phone, you transfer bacteria to and from your hands, face, and each surface that the smartphone has touched. Ever drop your mobile phone in a public restroom? Yuck.

One way to clean your mobile phone is with an ultraviolet sanitizer. The device uses a rechargeable battery to power the UV sanitizer to kill 99.99% of bacteria on your phone and case both and even charging ports for the devices. It’s an efficient and simple-to-use product, but if you do not have an obsessive cleaning device, you'll clean your phone with supplies you've got on hand.

Supplies you need to clean and sanitize your mobile phone

  • Distilled water
  • Isopropyl alcohol, 70%
  • Spray bottle
  • Microfiber or lens cleaning, lint-free cloth
  • Cotton swabs or wooden toothpicks

It is essential to avoid excess moisture when cleaning, which may damage interior electronics. Most mobile phone screens, especially smartphones' glass surfaces, have an oleophobic coating that repels oils from hands and fingers. The coating's effectiveness may lessen over time but using anything abrasive on the glass can hasten the loss and also can permanently scratch the surface.

Easy Steps for a Germ-Free Mobile Phone:

These thorough cleaning steps should be done weekly to stay a phone relatively germ-free.

  • Unplug your phone and any attachments. Earbuds or chargers should be cleaned separately. Shut down the phone.
  • Remove any protective cases or covers. These should even be cleaned separately before reinserting the phone.
  • In a little spray bottle, mix a one-to-one ratio of water and 70% isopropanol. The distilled water is important if you reside in a locality that has hard water, which is full of microscopic minerals that will scratch the glass on the phone. Give the bottle a decent shake.
  • Lightly spray a lint-free microfiber cloth with the isopropyl and water mixture. Never spray the phone directly. Don’t over-wet the fabric.
  • Use the cloth to wipe down the complete phone front and back.
  • If small areas just like the space around the attachment ports, camera lens, or buttons show signs of gunk build-up, gently use a wooden toothpick or dry cotton swab to scrub those areas. Once any build-up is removed, wipe down the area again with the marginally damp microfiber cloth.
  • Allow the phone to completely air dry for at least 15 minutes before reinserting it into any case.

Tips to Keep Your Mobile Phone Cleaner and Germ-Free:

  • Clean your mobile phone immediately if it comes into contact with anything which may cause stains like make-up, ink, dye or sticky foods.
  • Consider skipping bathroom texting and wash your hands more often. The cleaner your hands, the cleaner your phone.
  • Use an antimicrobial cover. They’re readily available to suit most phone brands.
  • Consider investing in a small ultraviolet sanitizer. There are several on the market which will hold your phone, car keys, and other small items that you simply use every day. The ultraviolet kills bacteria without using excessive heat or moisture that would damage electronics.

In addition to keeping your mobile phone clean, you must use it responsibly. This means you should avoid using it after you drive and any time you're in a place where it is often disruptive. That includes places like a classroom, lecture, cinema, and worship service.

The Right Way to Clean Your Mobile Phone

We all rely heavily on our mobile phones and want them to work efficiently daily. For many people, the primary thing we expect about when someone asks, "Have you ever cleaned up your mobile phone" is the way to remove junk files and therefore the hundreds of bad photos to free some storage space.

But the primary thing that ought to come to mind about cleaning a mobile phone is removing the possibly deadly microbes and bacteria that are covering your phone daily. Whenever you touch your phone, you transfer bacteria to and from your hands, face, and each surface that the smartphone has touched. Ever drop your mobile phone in a public restroom? Yuck.

One way to clean your mobile phone is with an ultraviolet sanitizer. The device uses a rechargeable battery to power the UV sanitizer to kill 99.99% of bacteria on your phone and case both and even charging ports for the devices. It’s an efficient and simple-to-use product, but if you do not have an obsessive cleaning device, you'll clean your phone with supplies you've got on hand.

Supplies you need to clean and sanitize your mobile phone

  • Distilled water
  • Isopropyl alcohol, 70%
  • Spray bottle
  • Microfiber or lens cleaning, lint-free cloth
  • Cotton swabs or wooden toothpicks

It is essential to avoid excess moisture when cleaning, which may damage interior electronics. Most mobile phone screens, especially smartphones' glass surfaces, have an oleophobic coating that repels oils from hands and fingers. The coating's effectiveness may lessen over time but using anything abrasive on the glass can hasten the loss and also can permanently scratch the surface.

Easy Steps for a Germ-Free Mobile Phone:

These thorough cleaning steps should be done weekly to stay a phone relatively germ-free.

  • Unplug your phone and any attachments. Earbuds or chargers should be cleaned separately. Shut down the phone.
  • Remove any protective cases or covers. These should even be cleaned separately before reinserting the phone.
  • In a little spray bottle, mix a one-to-one ratio of water and 70% isopropanol. The distilled water is important if you reside in a locality that has hard water, which is full of microscopic minerals that will scratch the glass on the phone. Give the bottle a decent shake.
  • Lightly spray a lint-free microfiber cloth with the isopropyl and water mixture. Never spray the phone directly. Don’t over-wet the fabric.
  • Use the cloth to wipe down the complete phone front and back.
  • If small areas just like the space around the attachment ports, camera lens, or buttons show signs of gunk build-up, gently use a wooden toothpick or dry cotton swab to scrub those areas. Once any build-up is removed, wipe down the area again with the marginally damp microfiber cloth.
  • Allow the phone to completely air dry for at least 15 minutes before reinserting it into any case.

Tips to Keep Your Mobile Phone Cleaner and Germ-Free:

  • Clean your mobile phone immediately if it comes into contact with anything which may cause stains like make-up, ink, dye or sticky foods.
  • Consider skipping bathroom texting and wash your hands more often. The cleaner your hands, the cleaner your phone.
  • Use an antimicrobial cover. They’re readily available to suit most phone brands.
  • Consider investing in a small ultraviolet sanitizer. There are several on the market which will hold your phone, car keys, and other small items that you simply use every day. The ultraviolet kills bacteria without using excessive heat or moisture that would damage electronics.

In addition to keeping your mobile phone clean, you must use it responsibly. This means you should avoid using it after you drive and any time you're in a place where it is often disruptive. That includes places like a classroom, lecture, cinema, and worship service.