As we were walking around the Las Vegas Convention Centre for CES 2014, we were pulled aside by WHOOSH!, a company that is focused on keeping your mobile device clean. I handed them my Samsung Galaxy Note 2, and was amazed at how this simple solution cleaned my smartphone, and even more astoundingly, kept my phone free of fingerprints for the remainder of the day. I tried to get them to clean my screen of an ugly crack, but it turns out the screen cleaner only works so far!
WHOOSH! Screen Shine is an alcohol and ammonia free solution that you simply spray onto WHOOSH!’s anti-microbial screen cleaning microfiber cloth, and proceed to polish your screen.
WHOOSH! Screen Shine is made of biodegradable surfactants, which means that there is no need to worry about any toxic residues being left on your mobile device. This is especially convenient for those who use their tablet in the kitchen. WHOOSH! goes so far as to provide you with a “Safe for your screen” guarantee. Such that if a screen was to get damaged using their product, they will repair the screen or replace the device at no cost. This is an exceptional guarantee, and it is even greater to see companies who stand behind their products. They even give you a fortune cookie too, and they are inspirational!
Not only does WHOOSH! Screen Shine clean your device, but it also leaves an incredibly thin coating that will keep your screen resistant to fingerprints. This was extremely impressive, especially when you were walking the halls of the convention centre with Les who was trying to prove WHOOSH! Screen Shine wrong.
To give a comparison, the following two pictures best describe the effectiveness of WHOOSH! Screen Shine!:
WHOOSH! Screen Shine is available in three different sizes:
- Pocket (0.3 Fluid Ounces) for $4.99
- On-The-Go (1 Fluid Ounce) for $9.99
- Duo+ (One 3.4 Fluid Ounce Bottle and One 0.3 Fluid Ounce Bottle) for $19.99
Overall, we were extremely impressed with WHOOSH! Screen Shine, as it was definitely one of the best products we had the pleasure of testing out. I encourage you to take a look at the WHOOSH! Screen Shine site for more information.
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