Clean Is A Lifestyle

Do you know the difference between
cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting?

Here’s what makes them different:

Cleaning

This process removes dirt and germs from surfaces by using soap and water or a detergent. It reduces the risk of spreading infections but doesn’t kill germs.

Sanitizing

This tactic relies on cleaning or disinfecting to reduce the number of germs to a level that is determined to be safe by public health requirements or standards.

Disinfecting

Chemicals are used to kill germs and keep them from spreading. It isn’t the same as cleaning, but combining both techniques lowers the chance of spreading infections.

Why do SONO Wipes leave streaks on my devices?

Tap to find out.

Your Phone Is Pretty Smart.
It Doesn’t Want You
To Get Sick.

Since it goes with you everywhere, it’s easy for your phone to collect germs from your hands.

Dirty phones can transmit diseases to you, even some really scary ones, so it’s a good idea
to disinfect it frequently.

What Makes SONO Disinfecting Wipes
Different From Other Brands

We know your phone means a lot more to you than just being a convenient way to check your likes. That’s why we perform compatibility tests on a variety of phones, tablets and other common surfaces to be sure our wipes don’t damage them.

SONO was the first to develop an automated compatibility process for medical devices in the healthcare industry, and we brought the same process to the consumer market. Now you can keep your devices clean and worry-free!

SONO Disinfecting Wipes Travel Pack

  • Easy to use
  • Multi-surface effectiveness
  • Kills 99.9999% of germs
  • Bleach- free

SONO Disinfecting Wipes Canister

  • No gloves needed
  • Kills the cold and flu virus
  • Alcohol- free
  • Gentle on automotive interior surfaces

How To Disinfect Your Smartphone

Since your phone travels everywhere with you, get in the habit of disinfecting
it once a week.

The best strategy is to keep a container of SONO Disinfecting Wipes by your bed, set a weekly reminder at bed time to disinfect your phone, then clean it before going to sleep.

If you use a protective case for your phone, carefully remove it before disinfecting. Germs can get trapped in the gaps between your case and phone, so it’s best to clean them separately. Don’t forget to follow the same steps for your phone cover.

Remove a SONO disinfecting wipe from its packaging and spread it across your hand. Note that the wipe is big enough to wrap around your phone.

Place the disinfecting wipe over your phone so it completely covers the screen. Fold the wipe over the top and bottom, then fold it over the sides. It’s a little like wrapping a present, but the germs won’t be happy about the gift they receive.

When you have covered your screen as shown, place your phone in a safe, dry place for at least 5 minutes. Don’t worry, it’s like a spa day for your phone, so go watch something on Netflix. This step is important because you need the surface to stay wet to eliminate the most germs.

Remove the wipe from your phone and thoroughly clean all sides to remove the germs from your phone. The final step is to clean the residue left by the proprietary formula with a microfiber dry cloth. Streaking is a good thing in disinfection. Our formula is designed to stick around and guarantee “Death to Germs!”

Don’t Forget About
Your Other Electronics

Your phone isn’t the only device that collects germs. Use the same process described above to disinfect your TV remotes, tablets, key fobs, e-readers, game controllers and laptops. Your coffee maker may want some love, too.

Laptop

Coffee Machine

Photo Camera

Earphones

Mouse

And More

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