This articles teaches how to waterproof a cell phone.
You can purchase a Cellphone that is waterproof are you can use the information in this article on how to waterproof a cell phone. If you have a cell phone that calls for usage such as being a construction worker or engineer in muddy and or watery conditions or you are just concerned with accidental water submersion of your cell phone device, this article also could help protect your phone.
The new waterproof cell phone craze is being sought after for both protection of important data on a phone, as well as, for entertainment purposes. Some user's simply want the added protection of cells protected because of their habits that include talking in the rain, leaving a phone by a sink to wash hands and general unexpected accidents that can occur near water when using a cell phone. The cost of the new waterproof phone can still be out of reach for some new clients. This is were waterproofing a current phone is a warranted alternative to a new phone purchase.
To waterproof older cell phones can easier be done with a new system called liquipel protection. The process will cost a user to relinquish the use of one's cell phone for a few days, but the outcome will be an older or new phone protected from accidental water erosion or submersion for end users.
How does liquipel work?
The problem with cell phone waterproof cases is that it must be removed before the cell can be used. The liquipel procedure coats a cell phone inside and out with a special thin layer of a new substance called Liquipel. It is stated as being microscopic, cannot be detected and allows a cell to be fully functional without changing usage habits. The scientific waterproof treatment will last according to the makers of the product, the life of the phone, so its claims is that liquipel is permanent. The process allows a treated cellphone to be totally capable of being completely submerged under water. Liquipel is considered the best procedure to waterproof a cell phone effectively.
UPDATE: the company's website currently states to email them to see whether your device maybe eligible for Liquipel application. Currently the following phones are:
Apple iPod Shuffle
Apple iPhone 4s
Apple iPhone 4
Apple iPhone 3g/s
Galaxy S2 (T-Mobile)
Galaxy S2 (AT&T)
HTC Evo 4G
HTC Evo Shift 4G
HTC MyTouch 4G
Motorola Droid X/X2
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