Rescuetec - the lightweight pack that absorbs liquid and helps recover mobile phones and electronic devices. Up to 700% more effective than rice and 300% more effective than Silica Gel. Need a solution for a liquid damaged phone or electronic device? You've found it and you've got time to order it, but first things first, TURN THE DEVICE OFF NOW... If your device is wet but still working, the faster you turn it off the better the chance of recovery. We can remove the liquid up to 4 days after you've damaged your device so order your Rescuetec pack now. Rescuetec has undergone rigorous laboratory testing and is proven to recover phones and other personal electronic devices, even after prolonged submersion in water. Other liquids such as salt water, alcohol, detergent and toilet contents can also be removed with a combination of rinsing the pollutant away with clean water and then using the Rescuetec pack. Rescuetec has been tested in the laboratory in both standard and extreme situations using a wide range of handsets and devices, including Blackberry, Nokia, Samsung, iphone, ipod and headphones. Testing has ranged from simple immersion in a variety of liquids, to prolonged immersion of up to 90 minutes and actual use of the device whilst underwater. In 1st test situations the successful recovery rate in our laboratory environment was 95%. Rescuetec is the ideal product to keep readily available just in case. The pack is very lightweight and can easily be carried in luggage, school bags, sports bags, briefcases or simply kept in the home or office. As long as the pouch remains sealed, the product will be ready for use when an emergency occurs. How it Works: 1. If the device has not already switched off, turn the power off immediately. Do not try to turn the device on if it has shut down. 2. Remove the protective case where possible, battery and sim card where present. If the device has been subject to liquids other than clean water, such as beverages, salt water, swimming pools or any other contaminated liquid, rinse the parts thoroughly in clean water before proceeding. Use a bowl or slow running tap rather than excessive flow. 3. Using a paper towel or similar, dry the visible moisture from the components, particularly the battery and inside of the device if accessible. 4. Open the Rescuetec pack, in which you will find a rescuetec sachet and indicator. The indicator spots should be blue and will turn pink on exposure to moisture. Place all the components, the sachet and the indicator into the package and reseal, ensuring the blue indicator dots are facing outwards, away from the components, and the package is sealed tight. 5. Leave the sealed package at normal room temperature for at least 48 hours. 6. Open the package and immediately check the indicator. If any of the spots appear pink, replace all the components in the package and reseal for a further 24 hours. Repeat if necessary. 7. When all the indicator spots are blue, the device is completely dry and can be re-powered. Re-powering before completely dry may cause damage.