Keep germs at bay this season by cleaning your tech.
We take our phones everywhere with us. From the restroom to the office to the kitchen to happy hour after work, your phone is there for it all. On top of that, we used the same hands to hold our phones as we did to touch door handles, shake shakes, flush toilets, and more. Even though we may be in a good habit of washing our hands regularly throughout the day, our phones could be harboring harmful germs. Since cold and flu season isn’t so far ahead, take time to disinfect your tech.
How to clean your devices:
- For safety, turn off your phone or electrical good before cleaning.
- Use a microfiber cloth with a cleaning solution (1:1 water and alcohol)
- Spray the cloth (not the device)
- Avoid using cleaning wipes – their ingredients could damage the external coating.
How often should you clean your devices?
Regularly! What regular means depends on where and how often you use your device. If you take your phone with you to the bathroom or eat and scroll, you should be cleaning it at least once daily. A great way to stop the spread of germs is to wash your hands before you eat and not touch your device during meals. If that is not an option for you, the more you clean it, the better.
There are many ways to prevent you from coming in contact with flu germs – one of them is to clean your tech regularly. For all of your home loan needs in Texas and California, visit the professional – Andraya Coulter. I can help you secure the right home loan to suit your dream property and current budget.