iRecovery Cell Phone Drying Kit for iPhone, Nexus One & Other Gadgets



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So you were lounging a little close to the pool when disaster struck. Or worse – maybe you dropped your precious into the toilet. So what is a cell phone owner to do? The iRecovery Cell Phone Drying Kit will work with most cell phones, smartphones and handheld electronic devices to absorb the wetness on your gadget when accidents happen. The kit uses a non toxic Silica Gel, which is one of the most absorbent materials available. The Silica Gel draw out the moisture from your phone and dries the device more thoroughly and faster than air drying. The kit also comes with a moisture barrier bag and Silica Gel Packets. The kit is easy to use, you just have to remove the battery and place the electronic device and battery in the iRecovery bag, seal, and let it sit. The Silica Gel draws out the moisture and traps it. Once the device is completely dry, it can be reassembled and the iRecovery kit can be thrown out. You can purchase the for iRecovery Cell Phone Drying Kit for $12.99.

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  • Scott

    Not Bad for $12.99….Unfortunately, I have experience with wet electronics (including wet iPhone). But Fortunately, every water soaked electronic I’ve had always seems to pull through. If your phone gets soaked, and you don’t have iRecovery, immediately shut off your device and take the battery out, then submerge it in rice. Yes, Rice. Rice absorbs water. You can also place it under a lamp. Then just don’t power it back on for a day or so. The longer you wait the better. I’ve seen websites that recommend soaking your phone in rubbing alcohol before the rice. I’ve never tried this, so I don’t know. But as I said, everything I’ve tried this with has come back to life. Also, if you did soak your iPhone you’ll notice a little red dot underneath the charging connector on the bottom…I have a trick to get rid of that too……

  • Scott

    Not Bad for $12.99….Unfortunately, I have experience with wet electronics (including wet iPhone). But Fortunately, every water soaked electronic I’ve had always seems to pull through. If your phone gets soaked, and you don’t have iRecovery, immediately shut off your device and take the battery out, then submerge it in rice. Yes, Rice. Rice absorbs water. You can also place it under a lamp. Then just don’t power it back on for a day or so. The longer you wait the better. I’ve seen websites that recommend soaking your phone in rubbing alcohol before the rice. I’ve never tried this, so I don’t know. But as I said, everything I’ve tried this with has come back to life. Also, if you did soak your iPhone you’ll notice a little red dot underneath the charging connector on the bottom…I have a trick to get rid of that too……

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  • Michelle

    The crystal form of cat litter is the same thing and a lot cheaper. Has worked on macbook, and cell phone.

  • Michelle

    The crystal form of cat litter is the same thing and a lot cheaper. Has worked on macbook, and cell phone.