Tips for cleaning your cell phone

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Our phones are one of the dirtiest items we come in contact with day to day, and one of the least often cleaned items we own. We scowl at door handles and restaurant menus, but we bring our phones with us to the bathroom, tote them around with us everywhere else we go, and are constantly playing with them. The truth is that cell phones have more germs than a toilet seat! One study found over 25,000 bacteria per square inch on a cell phone. With COVID-19 on the rise, it’s going to be important to start cleaning these devices. But how do you clean them without damaging them?

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Cleaning, Disinfecting, and Sanitizing – What’s the Difference?

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It’s easy to get hung up on the nuances of language. When you say you’re going to clean, do you mean you’re going to sweep the crumbs into the trash can? Do you mean you’re going to scrub the counter with bleach? All too often, we use these terms to generally mean the same thing. Read on to find out the differences between cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing, and when we should be doing each.

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How EcoSource Improves Indoor Air Quality

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In recent years, concerns about the quality of the environment inside buildings have increased dramatically. Because we often share office spaces with people other than ourselves, indoor air quality is important to our employees. While many have studied and discussed the problem, EcoSource is actively leading the way towards taking action. EcoSource has developed a comprehensive “Green Cleaning Program” designed specifically to improve the indoor environment through indoor air quality.

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