O smartphone became almost an article of necessity, which led us to accompany us at all times of our day. We took it with us and left it on the table, in the kitchen and in the bathroom, no matter if that place is clean or dirty.
According to a study carried out in 2011 by researchers from the School of Hygiene, London School of Tropical Medicine, you can find Fecal matter in 1 of 6 smartphones. Other research on bacteria found in devices has warned how cell phones have become "pathogenic deposits," as they touch the faces, ears, lips and hands of different users with different health conditions.
There are studies that have shown that in smartphones there are pathogens like streptococcus, which causes serious infections. And we're collecting germs all the time on our hands and fingers, "said Dr. Charles Gerba, a professor of microbiology at the University of Arizona at USA Today, who goes to the cell phone as we approach the nose, mouth, or eyes. . .
OPTIONS TO CLEAN
It is therefore important to keep our device as clean as possible. Something that is not advisable, as they warn of Appleis the use of liquids or disinfectants in their devices. Other companies like Motorola They suggest using a microfiber cloth, like the one we use to clean the cups, with a little water. For the Pixel, Google recommends even using a little soap, if necessary.
exist other ways to clean our devices. For this, we need microfiber cloth, isopropyl alcohol, cotton and cotton swabs, cleaning gloves and, of course, water, says La Vanguardia.
In case of water resistant devices, you can prepare a solution with alcohol and distilled water and place it inside a diffuser. Alcohol disinfects and evaporates quickly. Simply spray the device and wipe it with a cotton swab.
To the mobile phones that can not withstand water, we will have to go with a little more care. Wet wipes can be tested to wipe the screen and the back of the device. We can also use specific mobile cleaning products that have appeared on the market.
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