Just take a minute to think of all the places you kept your smartphone in the last week. The charging place in your room, your pant pockets, your office desk, chairs, benches in public places, bathrooms, office toilet counters, your vehicle dashboard, your two wheeler’s tank cover. Where all have you placed your unsanitized hands before touching your smartphone? Also all handled your phone other than you? Aren’t you pretty sure now that your smartphone might carry infection? At this juncture with the rapid spread of COVID-19 or the coronavirus it’s probably a carrier of the virus by now.
27 smartphones belonging to persons of different age group and gender was studied. And they found 17,000 types of bacteria that is more than that on the toilet seat. Are our children safe with the increased use of smartphones with the spread of coronavirus? Phones are also used to attend online classes. So, how do one disinfect a smartphone? Pretty simple there are smartphone disinfectants available in the stores that can disinfect your smartphones.
Warning by Smartphone companies
Smartphone manufacturers like Apple and Samsung have clearly warned against the usage of harsh chemicals, and abrasive cleansers on the smartphone screens in their safety instructions. And, they say that the smartphones will lose their oil repelling coating on the screen and using low grade alcohol will speed up the process. So are these disinfectors in the market free from low grade alcohol and bleach? Is it safe to use on a smartphone? It is natural to get confused.
What is the solution?
Isopropyl alcohol can be used on the smartphone screens and they do not affect the oleophobic coating on the smartphone screens that are responsible for oil repelling. So, the CDC or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has directed everyone to clean their smartphone screens and all high touch surfaces like tablets, keyboards, etc. to protect themselves from the spread of COVID-19. Hence the best way to sanitize your smartphone is to wipe it clearly with a Isopropyl alcohol induced microfiber cloth. And using isopropyl alcohol based smartphone disinfectant spray to wipe it clear with a clean, dry cloth. So, by these ways you can ensure that you and your loved ones are safe against the infections in the smartphones.
- Based on Isopropyl Alcohol
- Have a mild fragrance
- Kills 99.99% germs
- Removes dirt and bacteria
- Easy to carry
- Safe on Smartphone screens
- Disinfects instantly
Frequently Asked Questions
Does smartphone sanitizer affect the quality of visuals in my phone?
The Smartsan Smartphone sanitizers dry off quickly without leaving any trace of application. This does not affect the screen clarity.
Can it cause damage to the device?
The Smartsan Smartphone Sanitizers are specifically designed for gadgets. Hence they do not damage electrical items on application
What are product variants?
The Smartphone sanitizers are available as spray and as wipes. You can choose the best that suits your requirement.