A Simple Tip for Cleaning Electronic Screens
A dirty touchscreen is difficult to view and read, especially in bright light. Fingers leave greasy marks, particularly if sunblock or lotion have been used. If rain and saltwater splashes are allowed to dry, water spots develop. Shurhold Industries, the global leader in boat care and maintenance products, offers a Clean-N-Simple Tip for keeping electronics looking their best.
To begin, turn off or lock the screen to avoid inadvertently changing any settings. Apply a quick spray of Shurhold’s Serious Shine and wipe clean with a microfiber towel. Because the combination is so effective, it can’t get any simpler. Even fish slime and blood disappear with ease, leaving the device looking like the day it was unboxed. A video is at bit.ly/2wudaO0.
Serious Shine cleans, polishes and protects solid surfaces in one easy step. It leaves a water-repellent high gloss finish that also protects from UV damage, all without any greasy residue. Aside from electronic screens, it’s perfect for gelcoat, fiberglass, isinglass, stainless steel, plastic and rubber. Down below, it’s just as useful on glass, mirrors, countertops and vinyl headliners.
Unlike cotton that smears more contaminants than it removes, Shurhold’s Microfiber Towels are a step above. Soft, plush and lint-free, they lift and trap dirt, moisture, grease and oils. The company’s three-pack contains one for washing and cleaning, another for polishing and shining, and a third for cleaning and wiping glass and mirrors.
A 14 oz. aerosol can of Shurhold’s Serious Shine costs $17.98; the Microfiber Towels Variety 3-Pack is $18.98.
Dedicated to educating boat owners, Shurhold provides key tips for boat value preservation at www.shurhold.com. Inventor of the One Handle Does It All system, Shurhold manufactures specialty care items and accessories to clean, polish and detail.
Contact Shurhold, 3119 SW 42nd Ave., Palm City, FL 34990. 800-962-6241; Fax: 772-286-9620. www.shurhold.com.