Be sure to wipe down your devices on a regular basis with the following:
Electronics Wipes (Do NOT use regular Windex Wipes or glass cleaner)
Remember: NEVER apply glass cleaner to electronics and never spray any cleaner directly on the item, only into the rag/towel and then wipe.
You may also use a slightly damp Microfiber cloth with rubbing alcohol (avoid using over stickers and some coatings) or water (this won’t disinfect but will get rid of any smudges that you might have).
Phone and Tablet Cases
Remove your device from the case, then clean the case with soap and water. Allow time for it to dry thoroughly before replacing your device.
Phones and computers can carry germs on surface areas for even up to one week. To truly disinfectant, especially during times of illness, Apple’s website instructs users to use, a “70% isopropyl alcohol wipe or Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, and gently wipe the exterior surfaces.” The key word is “gently”, no scrubbing, and be sure the wipe is only slightly damp, not dripping. It’s important to keep all equipment dry. Be sure to turn off and unplug computers before you begin. Overall, the most important things you can do are to remind employees to wash their hands with soap and water often and stay at home when ill.