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How do you clean a silicone phone case?

Cleaning a silicone phone case can be tricky, but it doesn't have to be. With the right steps, you can make sure your phone case looks and feels like new.

The first step in cleaning a silicone phone case is to mix dish soap and water in a bowl. Make sure the water is soapy before placing your phone case into it. After soaking for a few minutes, use a soft cloth or brush to scrub away any dirt or grime that may have built up on the case. You can also add a tablespoon of bleach and two cups of vinegar to the mixture if you want an extra deep clean.

If your phone case has small spots that need extra attention, you can use one of those small alcohol wipes to gently remove them. Just make sure not to apply liquids directly onto leather cases as they are highly porous and should only be wiped with a damp cloth. For plastic cases, you can use warm water and mild detergent or rubbing alcohol to clean off any dirt or debris.

Wooden cases should be cleaned with warm water and mild detergent as well, but avoid using too much liquid as it could damage the wood’s finish. Finally, rubber cases should be cleaned with dish soap and warm water for best results.

No matter what type of phone case you have, always remember to dry it off completely before putting it back on your device! With these simple steps, you'll have your phone looking good as new in no time.