What's on Your Cell Phone?

Did you know that 82 percent of phones show some sort of bacterial contamination? You might be diligent about washing your hands, but cleaning your phone is probably a different story. Luckily, Ereka's here to share some easy tips.

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First, turn off your phone and grab a microfiber cloth. Use distilled water, not tap water, to clean your screens and camera lenses. Use rubbing alcohol for the keypad, if you have one, and for the hard plastic areas around the screen. Dampen the microfiber cloth but don't get it completely wet. And for the little crevices? Q-tips will do the trick.

Now that you know how to clean your phone, it may make all that bathroom cell use a little more acceptable. In a recent survey, 75 percent of people said they use their phones in the bathroom. Are you one of them?

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To hear people explain why they use their phones on the throne, tune in to this episode of "Easy Does It."