9 Craziest Ways To Try And Save Your Wet Phone

Your smartphone just went for a swim in the toilet smart guy. What do you do? WHAT DO YOU DO? These quick action saves may or may not work, but you’ll have fun trying them.

1. Microwave

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Does it work? Hell no.

2. Blow Dryer

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Does it Work? Maybe. It depends on your heat settings and your sense of timing.

3. Fan

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Does it Work? Yup. But you have to get it in front of the fan with the quickness, and let it completely dry out.

4. Sucking

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Does it work? Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww. And no.

5. Blowing

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Does it work? Unless your phone was cobbled together from old Nintendo games, this will probably not work.

6. Towel

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Does it work? Taking the phone apart and giving it the what for with some absorbent cloth-type object may be your first step towards salvation. Then again, did you buy the cheap paper towels this week?

7. Vacuum

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Does it work? No. Then again, is your vacuum a Dyson? Then you can probably afford a new phone.

8. WD-40

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Does it work? Yes! Water displacing spray number 40 fixes just about everything.

9. Rice

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Does it work? Yes! It sounds crazy, but dropping the wet phone in a container of rice overnight is probably the best way to get the moisture out.

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