How To Disinfect Your Electronic Devices
Ever since the coronavirus outbreak, people have been forced to hit pause on their daily routine and are stuck in their house. Every day, we have been learning about the importance of hygiene and the importance of washing our hands regularly for 20 seconds. But while you have been making sure that your hands are germ-free, there is something else you need to keep in mind - Your electronic devices. Your frequently used electronic devices like laptops, phones, tablets, etc are also a hotspot for germs and need to be cleaned daily.
If keeping your devices on a regular basis is your biggest concern, then fret no more because we have got you covered. Phones, keyboards, and tablets? Yes! Everything. Here's how you can keep your electronic devices with MyGlamm's WIPEOUT Sanitizing Wipes.
How To Disinfect Phones?
During this lockdown, we're sure your phone is the most frequently used device, the one object that probably never leaves your hand so, sanitizing it is a must. But do not use rubbing alcohol directly on your device as it may strip away the oleophobic & hydrophobic coating that protects your phone from oil and water. Go for WIPEOUT Sanitizing Wipe to eliminate any germs or you can even spray a disinfectant on a microfiber cloth and then wipe it down.
How to Disinfect A Dirty Keyboard?
Your laptop and computer keyboard are right up there with your phone when it comes to hot spots for germs and bacteria and it is not a surprise. Imagine how many times you have touched it with unwashed hands or managed to leave crumbs in between the keys during your midnight meals. The dust between the keys on the keyboard is also a concern for all.
The first thing to do before cleaning your keyboard is to shut down your computer or laptop and unplug it. You can use an old toothbrush to remove any dirt stuck between the keys. For the surface of your keyboard, you can use a WIPEOUT Sanitizing Wipe, or a microfiber cloth coated with diluted rubbing alcohol and wipe the keys and surrounding areas.
How to Clean Touchscreens / Tablets?
Touchscreen devices and tablets are covered in bacteria, even more than a toilet. That is why it’s important to clean and disinfect them with WIPEOUT Sanitizing Wipes. But there are certain things you should NOT do.
-Never use harsh chemicals as they may damage the screen.
-Do not use coarse cloths, paper towels, or tissue paper, as they can lead to scratches.
-Never a lot of water to clean your screen, after all, it is an electronic device.
Always be sure to unplug your device before you start cleaning it and once you’ve cleaned it with a damp cloth, wipe it again with a clean dry cloth.