5 tricks to keep your mobile screen always clean

We all take utmost care of our phones but you will be surprised to know that substantial amount of gunk goes into the ports of your smartphone via charging port and speaker grille and also traps germs, lint and grime. So these are ways by which you can protect and clean you mobile’s screen.

1. Use a Microfiber cloth
The microfiber cloth is the easiest tool to clean your phone and is easliy available with the nearest optician or online. Not only it can removes oily fingerprints and smudges very effectively but you can also dip one corner of the cloth into water (do not spray water on your phone), and gently wipe down the screen from the top. And use the dry part of the cloth to clean and remove the additional dirt if left.

2. Scotch Tape
If you want to remove minute particles like sand then you simply need to cut a small portion and put it on the surface where you see the particles. After placing the tape, instantly remove it in a quick manner. Repeat the process for over affected areas.

3. Rubbing Alcohol 
There are umpteen number of sprays and rubbing alcohol available in the market but before buying one always look for the description “safe to use” mobile screens. Nowadays mobiles have a protective coating which gets wearer of over time.
Over time, with the absence of this coating, your smartphone is more prone to getting scratches.

4. Distilled White Vinegar With Water
You can easily clean your mobile screen if you have white vinegar by preparing a mixture of 50% water and 50% white vinegar in a container and them after dipping a cloth in it and gently wipe the screen. And subsequently use the dry end of the cloth to remove any excess solution left over.

5. Compressed Air or Air Blower and Small Crevice tool
You can easily get rid of the gunk by using a can of compressed air. You simply need to spray it very gently otherwise you can potentially damage the microphone of your phone. It is not the best way to clean your ports and we suggest you use a small crevice tool or a brush with soft bristles to clean your ports. You can even get an Air Blower photographers use to clean their lenses.