How do you dry out a cell phone, which has fallen into water? It seems impossible, but it is not. My boyfriend actually dried out a cell phone of another friend who accidentally dropped it in the toilet. There is no need to toss these out, instead dry out a cell phone, which has fallen into water. I am going to tell you how he did it, and perhaps it can help you if you God forbid ever drop your phone in the toilet.
Save yourself some money here folks and do not throw them out. There is help for those cell phones which have fallen into the water, I know because I seen the man I am dating dry out a cell phone, which had fallen into water, specifically the toilet bowl.
That cell phone which has fallen into water in a clean toilet so the owner was able to remove it easily, but thought her cell phone and all those images were gone forever. Useless due to the water damage, but the quick thinking man I am dating had a wild idea. He believed he could dry out a cell phone that had fallen into water, and he was correct.
How did he dry out a cell phone, which had fallen into water and give his friend, back those precious images of her grand daughters, including a video of her youngest grand daughter’s first tottering steps? He did dry out a cell phone by using an invention that has been around for almost a hundred years. It is something just about every home in America had in their households at this very minute.
That useful invention we call sliced bread actually drew the moisture out, and did dry out a cell phone and it is in working order. He was able to dry out a cell phone, which had fallen into the water simply by putting it between two slices of bread and securing it in place with a rubber band. He then put this electronic mess sandwich in a plastic zip lock bag, sat it on a windowsill for a few days, and let the bread do the trick.
The friend went out and bought a replacement cell phone, as it was her only link to her family back home. The friend was elated that she could save the precious first steps video and other images of her grand daughters. She sold the phone to someone else, and she made sure to tell the other person how the man I am dating was able to dry out a cell phone, which fell into the water.
I believe this method of removing water or moisture would work for lighters, which get wet, cell phones, or those calculators instead of tossing them out. Just remember how the man I am dating was able to dry out a cell phone, which had fallen into the water and try to save yours.