How to Clean Your Phone to Help Protect Against Coronavirus
Smartphones are very dirty. Infact study shows they are more dirty then public restrooms.
You might avoid touching your face but how can you stop your phone stop touching your face.
The novel that causes the respiratory disease known as COVID-19 may be able to survive on some surfaces for up to nine days, studies have found, and that may include your beloved phone. This is the device you handle constantly and often press to the side of your face, which means that any bacteria, virus or other germ that makes its way onto your phone or case could easily transfer to your skin.
Some websites suggest creating a mix of alcohol and water yourself, but it's crucial to get the concentration right. Get it wrong and you could damage your phone. The safest bet is to use disinfectant wipes that contain 70% isopropyl alcohol to clean your phone screen.
In the past, we were instructed to not use disinfectant wipes on our phone screens, but nowand others with similar concentrations. Samsung hasn't commented on whether it's safe to use disinfectant wipes on its phones.
AT&T's recently revised cleaning guidelines suggest that you "spray a nonabrasive or alcohol-based (70% isopropyl) disinfectant directly on a soft lint-free cloth and wipe down your device while it is powered down and unplugged." An earlier version of the company's post suggested using paper towels, which are far too abrasive (see below). After we reached out, AT&T has since changed its post to reflect the soft cloth.
Another option for day-to-day cleaning is investing in a UV light, such as Multi-functional UV Light Disinfection Sterilization Qi Wireless Charger. This UV light company claims to kill 99.99% of germs and banishes bacteria. As far as we know, it hasn't been tested in relation to this strain of coronavirus.
or you buy this handy ALL-IN-ONE CLEANER
Source:Cnet,New York Times