- Prepare a mix of 50% distilled water and 50% white vinegar.
- Lightly dampen the corner of a soft, lint-free cloth or a microfiber cloth with the distilled water and white vinegar mix.
- Gently wipe your phone with the cloth.
- Use the dry corner of cloth to remove any excess on your phone.
How do I disinfect my house?
Rinse and air-dry. Take care not to spread germs unintentionally. After mopping floors in the contaminated room and the designated bathroom, disinfect the mop head by soaking it for 15-20 minutes in a solution of 1/2 cup bleach and one gallon of water. Also, do not re-use cleaning cloths in other parts of the house.
How do you clean germs off your phone?
Lightly spray a lint-free microfiber cloth with the water and isopropyl mixture. NEVER spray the phone directly. Do not over-wet the cloth. Use the cloth to wipe down the entire phone front and back.
7 Easy Steps for a Germ-Free Cell Phone
- Unplug your phone and any attachments.
- Remove any protective cases or covers.
How often should you disinfect your phone?
If you never use your phone while eating, you don’t have to be as diligent about cleaning your device. But if you tend to use your phone all the time—including during meals—a daily cleanse with a disinfectant wipe is a good idea. “I clean mine twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening,” Tierno says.
Can I use Clorox wipes on my phone?
Lysol or Clorox disinfectant wipes work well — I’ve been using them on my gadgets for years without issue — and will kill 99.9 percent of viruses and bacteria. Lysol even advertises that the wipes are “Safe to use on electronics including Smartphones, Tablets and Remote Controls.” Keep a tube at your desk!
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