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Every clear case on your radar should not only showcase your iPhone but also substantially protect it from scratches and damage from drops. Raised edges to protect the iPhone’s screen and camera are especially important, because they help avoid potentially costly repairs or device replacements.
A clear phone case is made of clear hard plastic. We use the most durable plastic materials available in the phone industry. … Many people choose to have a clear phone case to protect their phone as the materials they are made from can be quite slippery and too easy to slip through the hands
The Apple clear case has neither turned Yellow nor is it showing any signs of it turning Yellow. The Spigen case is a very good MagSafe compatible case and it has strong magnets as well. Unfortunately, this case is showing light “Yellowing” where the material is soft TPU (around the edges).
So, with no screen protector, I’ve: Thrown one across the room while holding my phone doing hand gestures. Mistakenly yanked it off a table with my earpiece.
Clear phone cases look great—until they get dirty. Since phone cases get inundated with all sorts of pocket debris and finger oil, they stain and even turn yellow very easily.
Why Do Phone Cases Turn Yellow? Clear phone cases are normally made from silicone—a polymer that’s popular for its inexpensive and flexible properties. Unfortunately, these polymers turn yellow as they age. This natural process is accelerated when they are exposed to excessive amounts of chemicals, light and heat.
Most of the clear cases you find on Amazon include some amount of silicone, a rubber-like material that’s less protective than the TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) found in our cases, and the main culprit behind yellowing. The more the silicone, the faster your case will turn yellow.
Phone cases don’t offer 100% protection
They sometimes even increase the chances of your smartphone getting damaged. If dirt, debris or moisture find their way into your phone case, for example, they can damage the phone by scratching it or causing a crack — if your phone has a glass covering on the rear.
The cases are a good thickness: enough to protect, not enough that it hides your phone or makes it too bulky to easily carry. Genuine Apple cases won’t void your carrier warranty like cheap after-market cases will.
One of the main issues with clear phone cases is discoloration and yellowing that happens naturally from UV ray exposure and oil absorption from lotions and sweat.
Our clear case is made from TPU, a material that is durable and malleable, so they’re easy to fit, and offers high protection. Clear TPU can turn yellow over time via a natural aging process due to color transference and chemical reactions when exposed to excessive amounts of heat, UV light, and chemicals.
If you are the type of person who enjoys the feel of the “naked” iPhone and wants to show off its beauty, then you should use it without a case. But you had better also be a person who is not prone to dropping your phone as well.
To clean your iPhone, unplug all cables and turn it off. Use a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth. Avoid getting moisture in openings. Don’t use window cleaners, household cleaners, compressed air, aerosol sprays, solvents, ammonia, abrasives, or cleaners containing hydrogen peroxide to clean your iPhone.
one to three months
Within one to three months, you notice that the phone case starts to turn a funky yellow color. A phone has ten times more germs than a public bathroom, so it is no wonder that a clear case can easily become filthy and discolored.
Using White Vinegar to Clean Clear Phone Case
Put your phone case in a container.
Add 1 cup of white vinegar and 2 tablespoons of baking soda.
Use something to keep the case down.
Allow it to soak for a few hours.
Rinse and enjoy.
Spray the clear silicone with the bleach. Allow the bleach to sit for 15-20 minutes. This will cause a whitening of the yellowed silicone and will kill any mold or mildew that may have formed.
How To Decorate a Clear Phone Case — 6 Easy Ways
1) Use Casely Stickers. Stickers are great because you can always replace them based on the season or just what vibes you’re feeling. …
2) Paint With Nail Polish. …
3) Add Photos. …
4) Add Texture. …
5) Press Flowers. …
6) Colored Tape. …
Conclusion — Casely Has You Covered.
The main reason is because of the ultraviolet radiation of the sun. If you usually use your smartphone with the case in outdoor, the case will turn yellow after a long time exposes under the sun. Of course, UV radiation isn’t the only element that can cause plastics and polymers to age.
Only a small amount of bleach should be used, as too much can damage silicone cases. You can dilute one teaspoon of bleach in warm water, then place your case into the solution for a few minutes. The bleach should help remove tough stains and yellowing.
Buy Transparent Cases Made of Polycarbonate
The cheaper the case, the faster it’ll turn yellow. If you’re willing to pay more, you can try transparent phone cases made of polycarbonate, which is more resiliant than the materials mentioned above.
Try to use your phone without cover because back covers degrade your phone’s performance, battery life, charging speed, signal strength, etc.
Smartphone covers provide adequate protection to phones. They mostly protect the corners, back, and edges of the phone. A good phone case cover will mitigate the impact of shock and vibration when the smartphone is dropped.
Smaller and Lighter: Without a case, your smartphone will be thinner and lighter, fitting more easily into a pocket or a purse. That also means rubber cases won’t get snagged on fabric or accumulate lint. Better Looking: Many people buy beautiful smartphones then hide them in generic black cases.
The white is nice and doesn’t get dirty easily like I expected. Another color would look better with my Purple phone, but it doesn’t look bad. I am clumsy and drop my phone more than I’d like to admit, and this case does seem protective enough for average day to day use.