How To Disinfect Your Smartphone

You may not know, but your smartphone is one of the dirtiest items you have. According to research, it can be compared to the handles of public toilets or elevators' buttons. In 2017, researchers at the University of Arizona studied the germs on high school students' cell phones and found that, compared to most toilets, their devices held 10 times more bacteria. Terrible!

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You can understand how important it is to sanitize your phone in flu season, being careful not to damage it. It becomes even more important if you share the use of this tool at home with children or teenagers, who may not be familiar with hand washing. Many phones have touch screens and bacteria easily spread from the phone through the hands and face. And, of course, as we speak, they spread in our mouth. Therefore, you need to clean your smartphone once a day (even more often, if you remember). How?

How To Disinfect Your Smartphone
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Microfiber cloths. Keep them in your bag and clean your phone after use. They are useful for not scratching the screen, and above all, they are practical.

Water and alcohol. You can try a home solution of 60% water, and 40% denatured alcohol. Lightly moisten the corner of soft or lint-free microfiber cloth or cotton swab. Important; Do not apply or spray the mix directly on the phone, which could damage it.

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Disinfectant wipes. If you'd rather not mix your solution, you can try packaged disinfectant wipes.

UV light. It can kill 99.9% of bacteria and germs in just six minutes and comes in a slew of fun colors like hot pink and blue.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

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