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Frequently Asked Questions

Why use iWypes?

The current advice surrounding the novel coronavirus Covid-19 is to wash hands as often as possible and to avoid touching your face. However you are likely to touch your device dozens of times per day, and that same device touches your face and other surfaces. The iWype disinfectant wipe has been created as an easy way to keep your phone sanitised against coronavirus and other viruses and bacteria.

Will iWype harm my device?

No - although device manufacturers have recommended against using wipes in the past, they have encouraged their use since the advent of Covid-19, with Apple saying: "Using a 70 percent isopropyl alcohol wipe, you may gently wipe the hard, nonporous surfaces of your Apple product, such as the display, keyboard, or other exterior surfaces. Don't use bleach. Avoid getting moisture in any opening, and don't submerge your Apple product in any cleaning agents. Don't use on fabric or leather surfaces."

To put it to the test, the Wall Street Journal used a wipe on an iPhone 1,095 times and the coating was still in good condition.

How often should I use the iWype?

Our advice is to wipe your phone's screen and body at around the same frequency as you wash your hands - around 3-4 times per day. Our monthly pack comes with 100 individually wrapped wipes, making it easy to put three or four in your pocket or bag to use throughout the day.

Is iWype guaranteed to kill the coronavirus?

Due to their very thin protective layer, all viruses are killed when they come into contact with 70% alcohol substances or cleaning products. The novel coronavirus is no different, and will be killed upon contact with the iWype.

Where do you ship?

We currently ship to the US, UK and Australia. Shipping pricing varies by country and is calculated at checkout. All shipping is via courier, and tracking information is available.

How long will my order take to arrive?

Deliveries normally take around a week - but due to the current Covid-19 conditions, shipping can be delayed. You'll be able to track your shipment to stay up to date on its progress.