Protect your phone
What it does
Unique properties based on 4 coating ingredients
Repels moisture, condensation, rust, dirt, grease
Oil based food-grade coating
Apply once every 6 months
A small aerosol aluminium canister
Made in the Netherlands
How it works
Our zøem™ spray packaging is sealed with a high security label containing features used for monetary, high end goods, and high value tickets for protection purposes.
The security features of the label are so sophisticated that they cannot be copied.
With this anti-counterfeit label we want to guarantee that you buy our original zøem™ spray product.
We recommend once every 6 months with maintenance spraying on the ports with wear and tear (e.g. microphone and charger port).
It is produced in The Netherlands, Europe.
It contains various compounds also used in food related industries.
We recommend that you do not swim with your phone, or dunk it in water. But should your smartphone accidently be exposed to a splash of water, humidity or moisture, the spray if used correctly will prevent harm to your smartphone. When a smartphone is completely dismantled and all electronic components/connectors can be sprayed the phone will become water resistant to a higher degree.
When a smartphone is sprayed inside the battery storage area, SIM card and electronic parts the smartphone will become water impact protected (splash proof).
Yes, to make your smartphone protected for water impact you can apply it yourself with our 10ml can. For a higher degree of water impact protection your phone would need dismantling for which we advise to go to a professional repair shop if you are not able to do this yourself.
Yes, not only that, it will improve it’s life in humid environments!
Yes, it maintains its features and benefits when exposed to reasonable temperature differences -40°C to 70°C.
We have a basic consumer 10ml can, a 100ml can (for repair stores) and a 250ml industrial use size.
Different strategies are available to water protect your smartphone. Most water resistant smartphones use polymer/rubber rings as an attempt to protect the device from water damage. However, these rings have reduced elasticity after a short while, or when a phone is opened or the charger port is constantly used, which all mean that smartphones are likely to be water damaged. With a spray like zøem™, it is easier to maintain water resistance as opposed to replacing polymer/rubber rings.
Have a closer look at the warranty small print the next time you are considering purchasing an expensive smartphone, although it may advertise it is waterproof, if you do water damage it, almost all smartphones do not cover water damage under their 1 year hardware warranty. First, don't get your smartphone wet on purpose. Smartphone manufacturers’ warranty still doesn't cover water damage, and there's always a chance the phone could take in liquid. Yes, they will know if water was the cause of death. Buried inside your smartphone is a liquid contact indicator, a small sticker that changes colors if it comes into contact with water.
Do not use zøem™ spray on camera lenses, flashlight or screen. It is designed for usage on electrical and electronic components within your smartphone.
Yes, you can use the spray on other electrical and electronic devices which may help to increase the water resistance and corrosion prevention of them. Although we have limited test data on this, we know that it will not harm other electrical and electronic devices, we do advise though to keep the spray away from screens and camera lenses.
If it does get damp, unplug any cables and do not attempt to charge it or plug anything into the connector for at least five hours, nor do try to switch it on. You want the smartphone to be completely dry before introducing electricity. Refrain from opening the SIM tray as well, since that can give water a way into the inner workings. To dry the device, wipe off the outside with a soft cloth. Stand it up and gently tap it on your hand to shake out any water that's pooled inside. Do not try and dry the port by probing it with a wadded up bit of paper or a cotton bud. That's a bad idea. Next, leave it out someplace with good airflow. Don't try and speed up the process with a hair dryer. Placing it in rice won't make the process go faster, and the grain can actually damage the port. A cool fan pointed at the port is fine, but beyond that it's just a matter of patience.
zoem™ spray has been tested to IPX4, which means your smartphone is covered for splash resistance. Unfortunately, because of the many unintended usages and variable applications of zoem™ spray on smartphones, we cannot be held liable for any damage caused by water to smartphones. More details are covered in our terms of business also on www.zoemspray.com