PerfectFit launches “CleanShield” campaign on Indiegogo, offers “antimicrobial” screen protection

The makers of the PerfectFit screen protectors have launched a new campaign via the crowd funding site  which looks to bring an “antimicrobial” screen protector that it dubs “CleanShield.” Here is the thought process behind CleanShield according to the Indiegogo page:

Imagine if all phone and tablets we use every day—were protected from the growth of bacteria, fungus, mold and other microbes that can build up and cause unclean surfaces and limit the functional life of your screen protector. Now imagine cleaner, stronger and longer lasting screen protection. That, in a nutshell, is the idea behind CleanShield!

Basically, we use our devices everyday and they aren’t always in the cleanest of areas. To deal with this problem and help all our screens stay cleaner, CleanShield was made. According to the page, it is EPA registered, made in the USA, fingerprint resistant and won’t leave residue if you decide to remove it at some point. If you are a clean freak or someone that is afraid of germs, this is for you.

Your cell phone contains over 25,000 Bacteria per square inch! Studies have shown that the average smart phone is a breeding ground for bacteria, fungus, mold and other damaging microbes. In fact, the average cell phone is up to 16 times dirtier than a public toilet seat. The use of disinfectant wipes and sprays can actually damage the surface of your touch screen device and must be constantly reapplied to even be effective.

If you are interested, the starting price to actually receive on of these is $15, and it comes for the iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5s, 5c, and Galaxy S4. I would pick one up now if you want one, because they will retail for $20, so you’re saving! Check out the campaign here: CleanShield.

What do you think? Will you be picking one up? Or is this no different from a normal screen protector? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.

 

Via: Indiegogo

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  • aaronb074

    May get the screen protector and even the song off iTunes “Feel it All Around,” by Washed Out.