For Your Smartphone and Tablet
With mobile phones carrying more bacteria than a public toilet, sanitizing is as important as cleaning for aesthetic reasons. First, clear any dirt from around the edges with an old toothbrush, paying attention to where the two seams of the case meet and the speakers, charging ports, and audio jack are located. For stubborn pocket lint that accumulates in ports, try gently pulling it out with a toothpick or compressed air. Clean the screen with a microfiber cloth, then sanitize it with the same rag moistened with a 1:1 ratio of 70 percent isopropyl rubbing alcohol to distilled water.