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These CarbonKlean Images Will Change The Way You Look At Your Cell Phone

This might come as a huge shocker, but here it goes anyway: Your cell phone is crawling with bacteria.

Believe it or not, you could be getting sick as a result. Yes, your cell phone — you know, the device that makes it possible for you to look up anything at any given time — could be getting you sick. Before you start taking it out on your cell phone, just remember one thing: You are the one with the dirty hands. Likewise, you are the one who doesn’t clean your cell phone on a consistent basis (if you do, then that’s awesome!).

For better or worse, but most likely better, the images below will change the way you look at your smartphone.

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These CarbonKlean Images Will Change The Way You Look At Your Cell Phone

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If you are looking for a solution that will lead to you having a bacteria-free phone, then look no further than CarbonKlean.

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If there is one flaw in the late Steve Jobs’ vision of a post-PC era, it’s that the iPad and other tablet screens get disgusting and smeary after a few minutes’ use. Apart from retreating to styluses, which are anathema to modern tabletry, there’s nothing anybody can do about it. The human finger leaves a trail like a snail’s; that’s the way it is. And, as with spectacles, once you get obsessed with cleaning an iPad screen, it’s impossible for it to be too spotless – even though it’s a Sisyphean task, because as soon as you’ve degreased, you immediately start messing your screen up again.

Jonathan Margolis
Financial Times/How to Spend It