Electronic devices are something that we use every single day. With all of that use comes a lot of dirt, grime, and germs. Since most tablets and phones have a coating on them that can come off if not properly cleaned, it is recommended that you simply use a microfiber cloth and some distilled water on the screen. To clean the tiny crevices, you will want to use a cotton swab.
While distilled water is great for cleaning off dirt and grime, it does not do much for killing germs. For that reason, if you want to truly disinfect your phone, it is recommended that you use a wipe containing at least 70 percent alcohol such as a Clorox disinfecting wipe. Make sure that you do not use bleach on your electronic device. In addition, it is important to make sure that you do not get too much moisture into the nooks and crannies of your electronic device.
If you do not have any disinfecting wipes on hand, you can use isopropyl alcohol on a towel to wipe down your electronic device. Make sure that you allow the device to dry completely before you put a case back on.