Wet Smartphone Sydney.
Wet phone? Save your water damaged smartphone:
Dropped the phone in the sink again? Forgot to remove from clothing before it was washed – now the cleanest smartphone ever?
First, retrieve it as quickly as possible. If your phone is still in the bottom of the bath, sink, swimming pool or the toilet, get it out quickly! The longer it’s in the liquid, the greater the likelihood of damage there will be.
Here is what we suggest you do. Buy our Pingi XL 450g Moisture Absorber as a preventative measure before your smartphone is in peril. Click on Shop and get your very own Pingi XL Wet Smartphone Sydney Moisture Absorber today!
Our products contain Silica Gel pellets which won’t leak and are re-usable.
Forget rice. We recommend the following actions which will give you the best chance of saving your wet smartphone:
1. Switch the wet phone off immediately. This should prevent damage to the electronic circuit board.
2. Remove the battery and sim card of the wet smartphone.
3. Dry all parts with a towel.
4. Place the individual parts of the smartphone in the snap-lock bag together with a Pingi XL moisture absorber. The best wet smartphone Sydney drying will be when the phone is placed upright.
5. Let the components dry uninterrupted for two days. Then put the phone together again.
Although there are no guarantees of perfect restoration once electronics are exposed to water, the Pingi Wet Smartphone Sydney Restoration will give your phone the very best chance of functioning again.
REMEMBER: The Pingi XL 450g moisture absorber is rechargeable in a microwave oven, which means that it can be used many times. Pingi moisture absorbers are also great for preventing mould in dressers, cupboards and other confined spaces. Additionally, our product can be used for computers, cameras and laptops. You may have to find a larger plastic bag and seal the bag. The actions listed above remain the same.
Click on Shop and get your very own Pingi XL insurance.
For more information on how a wet phone should be dried: http://www.wired.com/2014/02/thats-deal-wet-phone/
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