Convid-19 sanitize your smartphone

Fun facts and DIY projects.

Sanitize your smartphone.
First thing to do is using hot soapy water and steel wool scrub your phone carefully to remove virus germs.
Rinse under hot running tap water.

Second step, remove battery, place your smartphone in a glass or stainless steel container and cover with 95% percent Isopropyl Alcohol. Allow to set undisturbed for 45 minutes or more. Be sure the phone is covered with Isopropyl Alcohol.
Remove after 45 minutes or more sanitizing time. Dry well before replacing battery.

πŸ™‚ No other actions are necessary to insure you will not be infected by a dirty smartphone.

Happy undisturbed Gardening

16 responses to “Convid-19 sanitize your smartphone

  1. Reblogged this on Holly'sWorld and commented:
    only if you dare…

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  2. My Swiss Army Knife is the only thing on my belt when I head out into the garden (or woods, or barn…). If the phone rings, and someone really wants to talk to me, they can leave a message. Rarely happens. I do wash my hands when I come inside. Really dirt on them. Happy sheltering-in-your-garden. -Oscar

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  3. “CONVID” – I love that. I call it the CVBS.

    Today we are NOT sheltering in place, we are going to Mount Lassen. Damn the tyranny!

    Here’s a link to one of their webcams:

    https://www.nps.gov/media/webcam/view.htm?id=81B4627F-1DD8-B71B-0BEBCC5B1768D617

    And here’s a post I did about it a few years ago:

    https://worldofjuanita.wordpress.com/2015/06/02/waganupa-the-center-of-the-world/

    Stay sanitized! xxxooo Juanita

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  4. Thanks for the laughs. I’m on of the few still working and need my phone but I have been gardening when I can!

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  5. My thoughts exactly! This made me laugh so hard! πŸ˜‚

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  6. I find it easier, and much less expensive, to have undisturbed gardening by turning off my phone. . . . ~

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  7. πŸ˜πŸ‘

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  8. The world would be a much healthier and far more intelligent place if people actually did this.

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  9. I don’t even have to contemplate whether this will ruin the phone, as I don’t have one.

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  10. Because your smartphone will not ever work again. LOL!

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