How To Take Care of Touch Screen of Your Smartphone

Touch screen based smartphones and tablets aren't really very sensitive to scratches. They are designed and produced to be scratch-resistant and strong enough to tough the regular wear and tear. However, if you don’t protect touch screen of your smartphones or tablets, it is fairly easy to damage them too.

Considering the cost of replacing the display screens, and also the loss of crisp viewing experience that comes with a shining new display, it is often advised to consumers to protect touch screen before they are ruined to bricks. Here are a few tips and tricks to help you protect touch screen based gadgets – don’t forget to share your own tips with us!

Take Care of Touch Screen
  • Choose a microfiber cloth. This is ideal for cleaning a touchscreen. Some devices will have such a cloth included or perhaps you can borrow one you use on your sunglasses.

  • The cost of such cloth varies. For cloth recommended by companies for their products, the price can be considerably higher simply because of the recommendation. Look around for a good deal on such cloth or substitute with a cheaper but still effective microfiber cloth.

  • Turn off the device before commencing to clean it. It is usually much easier to see where to clean when the device is switched off.

  • Give the screen a once over by brushing it with the microfiber in small circles. This will remove the majority of simple imperfections.

  • Only if truly needed, moisten a cotton cloth, even the corner of your cotton shirt, and repeat the small circular motions. It may actually be enough to just breathe over the screen and use that moisture to clean with.

  • Read the instructions accompanying the cloth you're using. Some of them need to be made slightly damp before use. If this is the case, skip this step and follow the cloth's instructions instead.

  • If dampening a cloth, it is best to use distilled water or a cleaner specifically designed for cleaning touch screens.

  • Brush again with the microfiber cloth to finish off. Don't over-rub though! And if there is any dampness left, just leave it to air dry.

  • Do not put too much pressure on the screen when cleaning it.

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