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Clean Cell Phone Screen

Experts believe that you get the flu by coming into contact with someone who has the flu. If that person sneezes or coughs, the germs travel through the air and the tiny droplets land in your nose or mouth, gross. However, those airborne water droplets can also land on the surfaces around you. This is the ‘viral’ part of the sickness and it happens very easily. The statistics demonstrate a need for additional precautions to be taken, including cleaning things you touch regularly. One of those things is definitely your cell phone.

During flu season, you might want to avoid allowing a stranger or even a friend to use your cell phone, which is pretty good advice all the time actually. However, keeping your cell phone fairly sequestered won’t keep it free from any particles that might be in the air. There are various companies that have made it easier for you to make sure you have a clean cell phone screen during flu season with screen cleaners. The two most popular product on the market are Microfiber Cloths, which can be kept right in your purse, pocket, or a drawer in your desk and are microfiber patches of cloth, and Screen Cleaner Stickers, which are microfiber cloths that adhere to the back of your phone for easy access.

The Microfiber Cloths can be tossed into your washing machine periodically to ensure that they stay clean. Simply wash with like other common materials, and avoid bleach, fabric softeners or dryer sheets for the best results. Sticky Screen Cleaners are an easier alternative because they attach to your phone itself, and they usually come in a variety of designs. These can be washed by hand in a sink with some gentle soap.