The cell phone screen is one of the most polluted and dirty surfaces that we come in contact with on a daily basis. Think about it How many times do you touch the screen with dirty hands? o How many times does the cell phone lend to strangers or their children who are generally not careful with what they are playing?
The cellphone is exposed to extreme situations of dirt in the environment and also mixes with the fat produced by the fingers, creating ideal conditions for a large community of bacteria.
The germs do not live too much due to the heat produced by the device and although the screens are generally designed to be easily cleaned and to prevent the dirt from adhering, it is advisable to clean the glass that we use daily for our health and the longevity of our dis-positives. Keep in mind that this device puts you in direct contact with your face when making calls.
The most recommended to clean the devices is the famous microfiber fabric that acts efficiently collecting all the dirt from the screens. If you do not have the microfiber (which usually comes in the lens cases) you can use other materials such as coffee filters or absorbent kitchen tissues.
These other materials can work, but surely they will not clean so uniformly and can also leave unwanted spots and lint.
If you regularly clean your cell phone you can perform a quick clean dry using the materials described above or use the traditional slip with the shirt or pants.
The above is only in case you want to remove some fingerprints on the screen, but be very careful when your cell phone is full of dust or other solids that may scratch your screen.
For that case you need to clean more carefully and use some kind of substance to make your screen look like new.
The most advisable thing is to use alcohol since it is the antiseptic solution that quickest dries and quickly dissolves any dirt. Quick drying prevents liquid from seeping into small holes such as the earphone, microphones and other connections exposed to the outside.
You can also use the antibacterial gel which, being a viscous substance, spreads uniformly without filtering into the interior of the appliance and can be easily removed.
Another substance that works very well is the one sold in optics to clean lenses.
Finally, you can use cotton swabs to finish cleaning hard-to-reach slits and holes.
HOW TO DO IT?
The first thing to do is turn off the equipment and with any of the materials described above, shake the screen to remove dust and large solids that may scratch the screen.
Then apply alcohol or antibacterial gel directly on the surface or use a napkin to spread the antiseptic. Make circular movements in the cycles that you consider necessary and finally remove the cleaning substance with a dry microfiber.
Once the process is over, your cell phone will look like new and you may not want to use it for a while. Wait a couple of minutes and then turn on the device.
This practice can be carried out as many times as necessary. It is recommended to clean regularly, your cell phone and your skin will thank you.
Attention: Do not perform these cleaning operations when you are charging the device or on.