Tips for Cleaning Your iPad or iPhone
22 Nov 16
Finger prints, make up, dirt, dust and food are just a few of the common things that you will most likely find on your iPhone or iPad over time.
Your iPhone or iPad are items you would use almost every day so you can imagine all the germs that have built up. Even though you can’t see them – they’re there.
According to Phonesoap.com our phones have 18 times more bacteria than a public toilet. Think about it how many times do you shake someone’s hand, handle money or take your phone into the bathroom with you.
We don’t help ourselves with the way we use our phones either. We store them in handbags, in pockets or leave them on charge overnight – warmth is a breeding ground for bacteria.
We wash our hands but we don’t wash our phones.
Time to make a change!
It is always a good idea to give your iPhone or iPad a clean once a week to keep it looking brand new.
- Handle you iPhone or iPad with care
- Unplug all cables connected to your iPhone or iPad
- Turn off your iPhone or iPad
- Use a lint free cloth and rub in circular motions
- Do not use solvents
- Do not use window or general cleaners
- Do not use alcohol
- Do not use compressed air to clean
- Do not use cloths, towels, paper towels
- Do not use ammonia
- Do not use abrasives