Cleaning technical devices, such as smartphones, laptops, and tablets, is more important now than ever before due to the heightened awareness of virus and bacterial spread. One effective way to clean these devices is by using Pure 100 spray disinfectant. However, it's important to take a few extra steps to ensure that the device is not damaged during the cleaning process.

Here are a few tips for cleaning technical devices with spray disinfectants:

  1. Check the manufacturer's guidelines: Before cleaning your device, check the manufacturer's guidelines to ensure that it is safe to use a disinfectant spray. Some devices may have specific instructions on how to clean them.
  2. Turn off and unplug the device: To avoid any potential damage, make sure to turn off and unplug the device before cleaning it.
  3. Use a soft cloth: Use a soft cloth, such as a microfiber cloth, to apply Pure 100 spray. Avoid using paper towels or rough fabrics as they can scratch the surface of the device.
  4. Spray the disinfectant on the cloth: Spray the disinfectant directly onto the cloth and not on the device. This will prevent any liquid from getting into the device's ports or buttons.
  5. Gently wipe the device: Gently wipe the device with the damp cloth, making sure to cover all surfaces, including the screen, buttons, and ports.
  6. Dry the device: Use a dry, soft cloth to remove any excess moisture from the device. Make sure that the device is completely dry before turning it back on.
  7. Avoid using alcohol-based disinfectants: Avoid using alcohol-based disinfectants as they can damage the coating on the device's screen. Instead, use disinfectants that are safe for electronics.
  8. Repeat the process regularly: Repeat the cleaning process regularly, especially if you frequently use the device or share it with others.

By following these steps, you can effectively clean your devices with a spray disinfectant without causing any damage. Remember, keep the device unplugged, and use a soft cloth to apply the disinfectant, and avoid any liquid going into the device's ports or buttons.

February 02, 2023 — Sebastian Saldarriaga