Isn’t it amazing that we spend $100’s and $1,000’s on expensive electronics that have gorgeous, HD displays and then we resort to using cheap rags and sprays to clean the screens? Problem with those so-called ‘screen approved’ cloths is, even with some extra elbow-grease, they often only smear, smudge, and leave bacteria behind.
Sure, they look ‘better’ than before. But who only wants a ‘better’ looking screen, right?
If you spend $1,000’s on a device that has a bright, beautiful HD screen, don’t you want that screen looking its BEST? And not just ‘better’?
Well, there’s a new product being used in the aerospace industry that everyone’s buzzing about. It’s an advanced carbon molecular cleaning pad that actually attracts and removes dirt, oil and fingerprints. AND it fights bacteria build up too!
So, I bought one to see how it stacks up to my trusty micro-cloth and screen-clean spray. All I can say is, after my first use, I threw my micro-cloths and spray away! There simply wasn’t any comparison.
It’s called ScreenKlean and it makes cleaning with rags & liquids seem so ridiculous now. That’s because unlike typical screen cleaners that mostly smear and smudge, ScreenKlean has a patented Carbon Molecular Cleaning Technology that ATTRACTS, GRABS, and REMOVES dirt, oils & fingerprints.
One wipe with ScreenKlean and your gorgeous HD screens don’t just look ‘better’ than before, they look crystal clear spotless after every clean!
And, ScreenKlean works on ANY and ALL of your devices – smartphones, tablets, e-readers, computers, TV…everything!
Plus, the advanced carbon technology naturally combats bacteria on your touch screens, eg – smartphone & tablet. So everytime you clean your screen you’re also fighting germ residue! Now that’s a 2-for-1 benefit I like!
And get this…
NASA actually uses this very same carbon cleaning technology! So if it’s good enough for spacewalkers, it can’t be a figment of my imagination.
Well, CarbonKlean, the makers of ScreenKlean, actually engineered what they call a ‘smart’ carbon cleaning molecule.
Here’s how ScreenKlean works when you swipe the carbon pad across your device’s screen…
Cleaning the dirty carbon pad is super easy. All you do is slide it back into the ‘Recharging’ station. The simple action of sliding the pad actually replaces the dirty ‘Smart’ carbon molecules with fresh new, clean molecules. So it’s ready for your next crystal clear cleaning.
Here’s what’s amazing. So the dirty ‘smart’ carbon molecules actually move AWAY from the tip of the pad and are replaced by new, clean carbon molecules. That’s what happens when you ‘Recharge’ your carbon pad. Pretty amazing cool, right?
Definitely not! The problem with micro-cloths is they really just smear and smudge dirt, oils and bacteria around.
those soft micro-cloths actually leave micro-scratches on your screens. Damaging your screens and degrading the quality of your HD picture over time – yikes!
You don’t have a dirty cloth you have to shake the dirt and gunk off of after every cleaning. I mean seriously, have ever looked at the gunk that gets caked onto your cloth after you WIPE your computer or tablet screen? It can get pretty gross and nasty!
Just go to their official website here.
As of Monday, August 31st 2020, ScreenKlean is still offering an awesome deal. You can still get TWO FREE when you buy 3 PLUS get FREE Shipping too!
It’s a great deal. I ended up buying more because my wife and coworkers were always taking and using mine. Now my wife has her own, I have an extra one in my car and at the office, AND I leave 2 ScreenKleans on my desk for “Community Use Only”.
Look, everything evolves for a reason. High-end electronics have gotten better and better over the years – and more expensive! Doesn’t it make sense that what we use to clean them gets better too?! Of course. It makes perfect sense. So stop treating your screens like they’re from the ‘80s and start treating them like they’re the gorgeous, vibrantly colorful HD displays that you spent so much money on for your enjoyment!
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