What is he most frequently used object in our daily lives? Opinions vary from car keys to objects at work like the keysword or mouse and the list goes on.

According to research, the most used object or device is the cellular phone. Research suggest that the average person spends between 4-5 hours on their mobiles devices in one day.

Have you ever forgotten your phone at home or reached for it’ and it was not there. Phones have become a pivotal part of our lives-indispensable actually. We use it in almost every situation like when we eat (for posting that award _winning meal to instagram), when we in the restroom (to catch up on the lives of other via Facebook) and even before we go to sleep (as our night-cap).By this point, you can already assume that our mobile devices are at the top of the list of the dirtiest items we use frequently.

There is a solution to this problem and the answer is simple –distilled water cleaner.

What is Distilled Water Cleaner

Distilled water cleaner is simply a mixture of 3 common ingredients, combined to from a germ killing, extreme cleaning formula which you can use for several items around the house or work.

How To Make It

First, you will require distilled water, white vinegar, baking soda, a spray bottle and a lint-free or micro-fiber cloth.

Once you have all your ingredients; mix 2 cups of distilled water with1/4 a cup of white vinegar accompanied by 2 teaspoons of baking soda. Shake it up in the spray bottle and let it rest for 30 minutes before using the mixture.

After 30 minutes has passed you can now go on a cleaning spree. Spray mixture onto the micro-fiber cloth (be careful not to soak the cloth as you might damage your device). Gently wipe down your device and repeat once dry. You will have a clean phone in seconds. The mixture can be used for any items you wish to clean but use your discretion.

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