Widen and thicken 2mm polishing cloth,clean safly and effectively
Lens cleaning pen can clean mobile phone and camera lens
Soft thin brush to brush gently
Metal Pen tip
2X rechangable poshing cloth
4X cleaning cloth of lens cleaning pen
1X microfiber cleaning cloth
Screen Cleaner：Spray evenly on-screen with screen cleaner mist and wipe with a high fiber cloth that sticks on the cleaning box. The edges that are not cleaned thoroughly can be swiped with a glasses cloth.
keyboard Cleaner :If it is a mechanical, gaming, or office keyboard, use keycaps remover to remove keys (PS: only for trapezoidal keycaps) and then use a retractable keyboard brush to clean it.
Silicone and Plastic Nip : Foldable design with silicone tip, high density brush and flocked sponge, perfect for cleaning Airpod Pro 1, 2 and any earbuds, earbud charging case and phone. Silicone tip for cleaning crevice stains. Small, high-density brushes are great for deep cleaning mesh surface dust. A flocking sponge is used to clean the holes of the charging case.
Why Cleaning Your Electronic DevicesMATTER?
Most people keep their phone on them at all times and use it more than any other item during the course of a day. But does the average person make sure to keep it clean? Likely not. Think about it. How many germs are you placing in close proximity to your eyes, nose, and mouth when you innocently pick up a call?
"Mobile phones have become veritable reservoirs of pathogens as they touch faces, ears, lips and hands of different users of different health conditions,"researchers observed in a 2009 study of bacteria removed from personal calling devices.
Also according tohealthline, headphones are home to about 2,708 times more bacteria than the average cutting board. They have six times more bacteria than a kitchen sink.
A study by theUniversity of Arizonafound the typical worker's desk, which tends to be your keyboard's home for about 40 hours a week, has hundreds of times more bacteria per square inch than an office toilet seat.
Cleaning your keyboard will clean off all of the germs that might accumulate and lower your chances of getting sick. In addition, your keycaps won't accumulate too much grease or stickiness which can help improve your typing experience.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CLEAN YOUR DEVICES?
The CDC recommends cleaning high-touch surfaces regularly — including our phones. Both the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal have reported that there is no need to compulsively clean your phone, but it's still a good idea to give it a quick wipe down every now and then.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CLEAN A KEYBOARD?
As a general rule, we'd say to give your keyboard a quick dust and wipe at least once a week just to keep on top of things. For a deeper clean, once a month sounds right - this would involve taking the keycaps off and cleaning those separately, as well as going in between the switches themselves to dust.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I CLEAN MY LAPTOP?
Given the number of places they go and how often they’re touched, it’s no surprise that laptops get quite dirty, but you might be surprised at just how dirty they get. Studies have found that desktops and keyboards are among the dirtiest surfaces we touch every day. With that in mind, the more often you clean the better. We recommend you wipe down your desk and keyboard at least once a week.