[/blockquote]I’m a little obsessive about keeping my smartphone clean — or what I think is clean. I can’t stand smudges and fingerprints, and even carry a microfiber cloth in my wallet to wipe them away. I learned that this may help you think your phone is clean, but gunk and skin and other nasty things from pockets and hands make your phone really really nasty. Like disgustingly nasty. Did I mention it’s nasty? Phones are nasty dirty. They are covered with germs and dirt and all manner of things that make your skin crawl. When the dirt becomes visible, most of us will want to clean things up a bit. So, what’s the best way to do that?
This is one of the things they’re talking about today and share ideas on making dirty phones clean again. It’s an important thing to talk about, because if you do it the wrong way you might end up with a clean phone that no longer works. While some people have rugged water resistant phones you might just run through the dishwasher or something (and by the way don’t do that) , most phones aren’t something you can take to the sink and wash clean.
So get into the comments below and share how you clean a dirty phone. Or get in there if you need ideas, or never knew there was a best way to keep them clean. Spoiler — apparently using alcohol is not the right way and can leave white gunk on your screen forever. Well do you clean your smartphone? How often and what do you use?
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