How to Clean Your Equipment

Pick one: Clear Isopropyl alcohol (70% or less) and a soft, lint-free cloth, or alcohol wipes (70% or less). Both can be found at most major retailers.
Get started: Wipe down surfaces with one of the above options (and ONLY one of the above). Wipe Screens dry.

Additional Tips

  • Provide hand sanitizer at polling place exit
  • Use disposable ear covers for headphones
  • Remind voters not to get paper ballots wet
  • Wipe down poll worker stations frequently
  • Remind poll workers to wash their hands regularly
  • Do not use ammonia, bleach, or other detergent based cleaners on your devices

Stylus Recommendations

For customers who would prefer to hand out a touchscreen stylus to sanitize after each voter use, please use a stylus that meets one of the below:

  • Option One: A stylus that has a rubber head
  • Option Two: A stylus with a round, hard tip larger than a pencil point (> 1mm)
  • Note: Do not use a stylus with a sharp point
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