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How to clean your phone case?

by Akmammet alan@limited77.com on 0 Comments

How come our once gorgeous looking phone case begins to look that bad? Because we use our phones every day, they are exposed to environmental conditions as UV radiation, humidity, heat, and dust. This can lead to regular wear and tear on their surfaces, which can result in stains. Even though your phone doesn’t have visible stain, it’s advisable to clean your case from germs and viruses, especially in this sensitive pandemic period. Therefore, we listed the different ways to clean your phone cases, depending on which phone case you own:

Wood Case

Even though our wooden phone cases are made of the toughest cherry wood material, it might get stain or dirt depending on the way you use them. Wood is the most adorable phone cover, so it is more important to dust your phone case frequently to make them age and look more nostalgic and attractive. This will prevent oil, dirt and debris from sinking or scratching the ground. If possible, avoid too much water when cleaning your wooden case. Excessive contact with water can cause trees to deteriorate. Instead, sometimes clean and dry your wood case with a dry microfiber cloth. Microfiber fabrics have delicate fibers that absorb dirt without damaging the surface.

You can wipe the microfiber cloth with a small amount of water for a sharper color on your wooden phone. If there is an extra sticky residue, add a few drops of white vinegar to the water and soak your cloth in the solution. Never rub the liquid directly into a wooden case, always apply a cloth. Then use a dry microfiber cloth to absorb the excess water. Since the wood is porous, use a terry microfiber cloth to dry. This will ensure that you are absorbed into small cracks and crevices.

Leather Case

Leather phone case is best cleaned with a soft solution. You can easily clean your leather with a soft hand soap and a damp microfiber cloth. Rub the soap into the cloth and distribute evenly. If there is a soft cleaner, use it with a dry cloth. When drying, use a leather-like microfiber cloth instead of a flat-woven look. Be sure to always be gentle when cleaning, rubbing and drying leather case or leather watch band in circular movements. Remember that the various products and solutions you use in your leather case or leather apple watch band care can change the appearance and color, and the simpler the cleaning process, the better.

Rubber Case

Like silicone, rubber phone case can be easily cleaned with a mixture of soap and water. Immerse the case in soapy water and clean the edges with a toothbrush. Then wipe the rubber cover with a microfiber towel. If your rubber phone case still has stains, you can moisten the fabric with isopropyl alcohol and wipe it again. You can also add a little borax to the soapy water and let the rubber door sit for an hour. Preferably use a flat woven lint free microfiber cloth to dry rubber.

Plastic & Silicone case

For the best way to clean silicone phone case, start by mixing soap and water in a bowl. When the water is soapy, put your phone in a container and leave it for a few minutes. You may need to put some weigh onto the case to stay underwater.

Gently brush with a toothbrush to remove stains and clean the edges. You can also add baking soda if you find a hard spot. Keep wiping until the stain is removed, then you can rinse your phone with cold water. You can dry the case with a microfiber cloth to absorb the water without scratching. We recommend a milky microfiber cloth because soft and smooth weaving ensures that no lint or trace is left. Before you put the case in your phone, let it dry for about an hour until the moist is vanished. Let the viruses and bacteria stay away from your lovely case!

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