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Lessons from the Eye of the Storm that Everyone Should Know
[October 11, 2018]

Lessons from the Eye of the Storm that Everyone Should Know

DENVER, Oct. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- As hurricane season ramps up and Hurricane Michael continues to wreak havoc on the Florida panhandle and the Southeast U.S., it is a good time to keep in mind some tips to stay connected when gearing up for potential disaster. If the worst happens, a few simple tips that have gone by the wayside with our reliance on our cellphones, can make the difference in keeping you in contact with your family.

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But, it's not just for natural disasters. Staying connected in any perilous situation – a car accident, getting lost, etc. – can be a lifesaver.

Tips For Staying Connected

1. Memorize a few of the most important phone numbers in your phone. If you damage, lose your phone, or suffer widespread power outages and can't charge your devices, you will still have those crucial phone numbers when you get access to a landline or a borrowed phone.

2. Write down and keep in your wallet or purse your family's contact information. You can almost always find a phone or borrow one if yours is lost or damaged. This is an especially good tip to keep in mind for newly mobile teens.

3. Regularly back up your contacts to the Cloud so that you can access your data from another locale at another time (and you are not dependent on your phone alone).

If your cellphone, laptop or key fob get wet, now there is an easy and affordable service to restore your device and data. 

Check out TekDry's Tips video here.

TekDry, the fastest and safest wet phone recovery technology in the market, restores water-damaged phones and devices (such as car fobs) in just 30 minutes with all contacts and data restored. The patented technology is available in 600 Staples stores throughout much of the U.S. Typically, this service costs $69.99 and is risk-free because you are only charged if it works.

For the thousands that might not be able to call their loved ones to let them know they are okay because those numbers are stored in their now water-logged, damaged, and unusable phones and devices, TekDry can make all the difference.

"We were so proud to serve by those impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Florence," said TekDry co-founder Craig Beinecke. "And, we're so honored to have a partner like Staples, who so generously stepped up to offer free services to those impacted by those devastating storms. Staples and TekDry are closely monitoring Hurricane Michael and we will continue to look for ways to to provide assistance to those impacted."

TekDry uses a combination of negative-pressure, controlled gentle heat, and proprietary beads to create a safe environment to remove 100 percent of the moisture from wet devices.

Tips For Wet Devices

Step 1:  Shut off your device. This helps to prevent a short circuit.
Step 2:  Dry it off with a lint-free cloth, removing excess water from the ports by tapping the phone.
Step 3:  Don't plug it in. Water and electricity don't mix.
Step 4:  Time is crucial, and there is a timeframe within which to dry out a device. Get to Staples as soon as possible to use the risk-free in-store TekDry water removal machine.


TekDry, founded in 2013 in Denver, CO., is the fastest and safest wet phone recovery technology available. Its patented solution restores water-damaged phones and devices in just 30 minutes with all contacts, data, photos, and apps restored safely, conveniently, and affordably. TekDry's patented technology uses a combination of low-pressure, controlled heat and proprietary beads to create a safe environment to remove 100% of the moisture from wet devices. To learn more visit

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