* Smartphone screens are breeding grounds for bacteria
* Phone cleaners can eliminate germs, fingerprints and pesky smudges
* Keep your screen clean with these easy-to-use cleaners
You may not realize it, but your phone is dirty. Like really, really dirty. In fact, experts say the average smartphone is 10 times dirtier than a toilet seat. Sure, it sounds scary, but taking a few seconds to clean your phone every day can make all the difference.
Here are five must-have cleaners to wipe away bacteria and help keep your phone clean in tip-top shape.
1. SaiTech IT Rubber Air Pump
Simple, inexpensive and extremely effective, this rubberized air pump is designed for iPhone screens, camera lenses, precision instruments and more. The air pump can work wonders for your phone — especially with those annoying, hard-to-reach dust particles. It’s an oldie, but also a goodie.
2. Touch Screen Cleaner (3-Pack)
This pack of microfiber ball cleaners works by instantly picking up dust, fingerprints and even those pesky smudges. Smart, portable and made with 100% eco-friendly materials, these pocket cleaners make it easy to keep your screen clean.
3. ZEISS Mobile Screen Wipes 120ct Box
And when you want something that’s sure to last, this box is sure to hit that sweet spot. These fast-drying wipes offer an easy way to clean, and with 120 individually packaged wipes, this set is a smart addition to your home or office desk.
4. iRoller – Reusable Liquid Free Touchscreen Cleaner
This smart iRoller works great with any screen. Similar to how hair rollers work, simply roll the iRoller across your phone’s screen to wipe up any dust, smudges and prints. It’s completely reusable, and there are no liquids, sprays or harsh chemicals included.
5. PhoneSoap 2.0 – Phone Sanitizer and Universal Charger
If you thought peanut butter and chocolate was a match made in heaven, then you haven’t seen this sanitizer/charger combo. Simply place your phone into this smart device to give it a quick charge while simultaneously killing up to 99.9% of all bacteria and germs that could be lurking on and around your phone.