thanks for the heads up, some people might be temped in using sanitizers during these special times.I used it to clean the screen, and while it certainly didn’t damage the actual screen, it momentarily (about a minute or two) made the screen functions go wonky. Like I was pressing multiple areas at once. Kept doing it until it thoroughly dries, or you wipe it off.
No damage, but likely not a good option on the screen. Note the sanitizer has 70% alcohol.
Its easy to make up in advance and store in a bottle to use as and when needed.
Very true. However, in order to break down the fatty layer of this protein/virus, it has to sit on it for 20 seconds.
Could work, but spraying soapy water on my monitor seemed more risky, than some gouped hand sanitizer.
Turns out, that’s not great either.
Are you really asking why I’m sanitizing my screen during a COVID outbreak ?
Ive been sanitizing everything I can. The question is why would you NOT Do that as an added precaution. You touch the screen multiple times every time you drive.
Even if your hands are sanitized, the risk is there.
There is your why.