InvisibleShield Disinfecting Wipes Clean up Your Germ-Ridden Smartphone

A box of Zagg disinfectant wipes.
Zagg

When you think of the most germinating and disgusting things in your home, something like your toilet probably comes to mind. But your smartphone is worse than your porcelain throne, and when you let this fact in, remember that you often touch your phone on your face. And that’s why Zagg has concocted a new InvisibleShield disinfectant wipe option for all your electronic devices.

Yes, Zagg, the company known for InvisibleShield screen protectors that will almost stop a knife and IPad keyboards, enters a new territory. The company’s InvisibleShield disinfectant wipes are made with 70% isopropyl alcohol, which is Apple’s recommendation for a cleaning solution for iPhone.

Aside from Apple’s recommendation, this is also what the CDC suggests to disinfect electronic devices, but for the best results, you will want to wipe the device and then allow the alcohol to dry for at least 30 seconds. Zagg says the 70% isopropyl alcohol solution can kill 99.99% of the most common surface bacteria, but it makes no claims about COVID-19 here (which is a virus, not bacteria).

Zagg plans to sell the wipes in packs of 10, 25 and 500, although we currently only see options of 25 and 500 packs. A pack of 25 is at $ 9.99 and a pack of 500 to $ 70, and you can order them now from Zagg website.

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