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The Project’s Chrissie Swan demonstrates her ‘patented boob wipe’ method of cleaning her smart phone

The Project’s Chrissie Swan demonstrates her ‘patented boob wipe’ method of cleaning her smart phone – as she slams Apple’s new $29 polishing cloth as useless


Chrissie Swan demonstrated her unique method of cleaning her smart phone. 

On Tuesday’s episode of The Project, the Celebrity MasterChef Australia star insisted she had no need for an Apple branded polishing cloth. 

‘I have no use for this. This is how I clean my phone. Are you ready?’ she warned her co-hosts. 

Handy: Chrissie Swan (pictured) demonstrated her unique method of cleaning her smart phone. On Tuesday’s episode of The Project, the Celebrity MasterChef Australia star insisted she had no need for an Apple branded polishing cloth

Chrissie then began wiping the phone against her bust while smiling widely. 

‘Like that. The patented boob wipe!’ she declared, as the camera zoomed in on her chest. 

‘Get a close-up! Yeah! That’s all you’ve got to do!’ she added while suggestively wiping the phone in circles. 

'Like that. The patented boob wipe!' she declared, as the camera zoomed in on her chest. 'Get a close-up! Yeah! That's all you've got to do!' she added while suggestively wiping the phone

‘Like that. The patented boob wipe!’ she declared, as the camera zoomed in on her chest. ‘Get a close-up! Yeah! That’s all you’ve got to do!’ she added while suggestively wiping the phone

‘Look at that. Shiny!’ she said, showing off her now clean phone screen, while her co-stars laughed uproariously. 

The panel discussed how useful Apple’s new iPhone cleaning cloth actually could be.  

‘Apparently this cloth is safe, though. No other method of cleaning your phone is not safe,’ host Carrie Bickmore said. 

'Look at that. Shiny!' she said, showing off her now clean phone screen, while her co-stars laughed uproariously

‘Look at that. Shiny!’ she said, showing off her now clean phone screen, while her co-stars laughed uproariously

‘How is it not safe!’ Chrissie insisted of her method, then added, ‘It feels great!’

Apple recently released the $29 cloth, which is compatible with products dating back to 2010. 

The site claims: ‘Made with soft, non-abrasive material, the Polishing Cloth cleans any Apple display, including nano-texture glass, safely and effectively.’  

New: Apple recently released the $29 Polishing Cloth, which is compatible with products dating back to 2010

New: Apple recently released the $29 Polishing Cloth, which is compatible with products dating back to 2010

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