Whoosh Screen Cleaning Solution Now Available At Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated

February 18, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta based Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated is pleased to announce that they have begun offering the new Whoosh CellPhone Cleaner. With members of the general public looking for better ways to protect themselves during the flu season, the company hopes that this product will help them keep illness at bay.

While many may not identify a cellphone as an obvious carrier of disease, the company reminds people that their doctor’s advice is always to wash their hands. This is due to the fact that we touch a wide variety of objects with our hands in order to interact with the world, and we also tend to touch our faces a lot. Washing often can reduce the harmful pathogens on our hands, and this in turn can reduce what is transferred to our more sensitive faces, particularly the eyes and mouth.

In the same way, our hands can transfer pathogens to our possessions (and vice versa). This is especially true for our phone screens, given how much we use them in our day to day lives. Our fingers excrete oils that linger on the screens during use, for instance, and this can provide a breeding ground for various microbes. When a person lifts their phone to their ear to make a call, it makes contact with their face. Similarly, a person can become more prone to infection if they rub their eyes and so on after handling a poorly cleaned device.

“When the flu season is knocking on everyone’s door, hand hygiene becomes extremely important,” says the company. “But what about your cell phone? Everything you touch ends up on your phone; it would be gross not to clean it too! This is why we say you should clean your phone regularly. A quick wipe or so every now and then with a soft cloth will help prevent any unwanted buildups on your phone’s surface but you’ll naturally want to be more careful during the flu season. Fortunately, you can now find Whoosh at Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated in the Cornerstone Mall Fort Saskatchewan. Spread the Love, not the flu!”

Whoosh, stylized Whoosh!, is designed to gently yet thoroughly clean a cellphone’s screen. Customers may be particularly inclined to take care regarding infections given the recent health concerns being raised in the country as well, so the Whoosh non-toxic, alcohol and ammonia-free screen-cleaning solution can help put their minds at ease. According to the company, Whoosh incorporates a proprietary formula that leaves an invisible coating once used to clean a phone screen. It is resistant to dust, oils and fingerprints, and is safe for all screens and devices. This makes Whoosh an excellent cleaning solution for customers to employ outside flu season as well. A clean phone is always a more attractive one.

Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated is an electronics and services provider that focuses on delivering great products alongside an outstanding service. They firmly believe that businesses and individuals alike should be able to make the most of the technology at their fingertips, and this is why the company strives to help their customers navigate the many issues that can crop up with electronics

This dedication to customer service is reflected in the reviews they receive online. In their 5-Star Google review, Earl Fee says that they, “Had to wait because they were so busy. But I understand why, [it was a] great experience. They were able to get me a new iPhone 7 and somehow lower my bill. They went above and beyond to make this happen. Much appreciated. Highly recommend this store!”

Similarly, Tiffany Cuthbert says in her review, “I can't even begin to explain how amazing the customer service is here. I've been in twice, and the owner, Dan, had no problem staying past closing time to deal with activations and additional information. The customer service Dan and his employees offer is exceptional, and I would recommend only this Telus dealer for all your mobile, internet and TV needs.”

Cellphone owners may find Whoosh at Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated. Dan LHeureux can be contacted for further details, and more information can be found on their official website. Learn more here: Whoosh Available Here.

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For more information about Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated, contact the company here:

Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated
Dan LHeureux
7809989551
dan@mobilityhelp.com
105-8701 94 st
Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta
T8L 4P7

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