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How to Clean and Disinfect Your Phone... Without Damaging it!

Don't Use Alcohol Wipes on Your Phone

Do Not Use Wipes!

It might seem like wiping your cell phones with Lysol, alcohol, vinegar, bleach or any other harsh chemicals is a sure and safe way to clean the dirt off of your phone but you might want to reconsider.. these substances are seriously harmful to the screen on your phone and can cause irreparable damage by eating away at the oleophobic coating. There is also a risk that these chemicals seep deep into the phone causing permanent damage.

It can be hard to constantly wash your hands throughout the day and ensure your phone doesn’t come into contact with any bacteria mostly because you can’t even see these dirty little buggers! 

Scientists at the University of Arizona have found that cell phones carry 10 times more bacteria than most toilet seats. When toilets flush, they spread germs everywhere, which is how phones end up with fecal bacteria like E. coli.*

Use UV Light To Clean Your Phone

The best and easiest way to disinfect your phone currently is bathing it in our SteriLight Pod. Ultraviolet lights can kill bacteria and disinfect your phone when placed inside our tanning pod while also charging your phone. It is the best solution currently out there in the market.

Our pods use a combination of ozone as well as UV-C light to properly disinfect your phone so that you can be 100% sure that it will kill 99.9% of the bacteria on your phone. 

There are two sterilization modes – an 18 minute minimum mode and a 30 minute maximum mode. We recommend sterilizing your daily items like phones, ear pods, watches, glasses etc. on a regular basis.

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* Source: Abigail Abrams “Your Cell Phone Is 10 Times Dirtier Than a Toilet Seat. Here's What to Do About It.” - https://time.com/4908654/cell-phone-bacteria/