Learn More About your Kindle Paperwhite Cover (10th Generation)

    We designed three versions of the Kindle Paperwhite Cover (10th Generation only). The fabric cover is water-safe, which means it can withstand brief accidental exposure to water without cosmetic damage. Neither the premium leather cover nor standard leather cover are water-safe, and they should not be exposed to water or other liquids. None of our covers are waterproof, water-resistant, or designed to protect the Kindle Paperwhite from water exposure.

      What should I do if my fabric cover gets wet?
      If your Kindle and cover are accidentally immersed in water, retrieve your Kindle and remove its cover. If your cover is accidentally exposed to water types other than fresh water, rinse the cover off using fresh water (such as cold tap water). Let the cover dry fully in a well-ventilated location. Do not attempt to dry your cover with an external heat source, such as a microwave oven or hairdryer, or by rubbing it. Wait for the cover to dry completely before putting it on the device.

      What can I do to reduce the likelihood of water damage of my fabric cover?
      Do not intentionally immerse your fabric cover in water or intentionally expose it to seawater, salt water, chlorinated water, or other liquids (such as beverages). Do not spill any food, oil, lotion, or other abrasive substances on your fabric cover. Do not expose your fabric cover to pressurized water, high velocity water, or extremely humid conditions (such as a steam room).