ST. LOUIS — “1.) Use cleaning products designed for technology. You don't want to use harsh cleaning chemicals on your devices, including water. Remember these are delicate gadgets. While it's tempting to use anti-bacterial wipes or sprays on your computers, keyboard, and smart devices, you want to avoid them. The abrasive chemicals and can leave scratches on your screens and can wear down the protective coating on your devices. My suggestion is to use Pure and Clean surface cleaner. This eco-friendly cleaning solution is safe to use on all your tech devices without exposing yourself and your devices to the harsh chemicals that are in other cleaning products and while it'. When wiping down the surface of your keyboard, smartphone or tablet, always use a microfiber cloth. Never use paper towels or other standard cleaning cloths.

2.) Get Some Tech that Will Clean Your Tech. If you want a high tech solution for sanitizing your phone, consider the PhoneSoap. This device will make your smartphone, small laptops and tablets germ-free and charge them all at the same time. It might be a little pricey, but PhoneSoap will also clean things such as keys, credit cards, and watches.

3.) Get a Cover that Will Minimize Germs on your gadgets. Use a surface cover or case for your smartphone, laptop or tablet that has antimicrobial protection. One of the best products you can get is from Tech 21. These products promise to offer up 99.9% protection from the microbes on the surface of your device. You also get bonus protection from the case that will protect your gadgets from drops or falls.”

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WASHINGTON - Monday afternoon ended with reporters waiting on a White House coronavirus task force update, where President Trump addressed the public. A cruise ship carrying 21 passengers infected with coronavirus docked Monday at the Port of Oakland in California. Meanwhile, the stock market continued its decline and Washington announced three more deaths tied to coronavirus.

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