HoMedics UV-CLEAN Phone Sanitizer, a Brilliant Answer for Germy Cell Phones

by Tech Mainstream Staff


June 15, 2020


Homedics UV Clean Phone SanitizerHoMedics UV-CLEAN Phone Sanitizer, Image/HoMedics


(Tech Mainstream) People on average use their cell phones approximately 47 times per day giving microbes abundant opportunity to thrive on the them:

“'Because people are always carrying their cell phones even in situations where they would normally wash their hands before doing anything, cell phones do tend to get pretty gross,'"says an assistant professor of epidemiology at the University of Michigan School of Public Health.

The most notable microbes living on cell phones include Streptococcus, MRSA and E. coli, not to mention the more recent hazard, the COVID-19 virus. Each square inch of your cell phone can contain about 25,000 germs.

Clean up Cell Phones

With these fact in mind, the HoMedics® UV-CLEAN Phone Sanitizer (retails at $79.99) is a superb idea to help sanitize cell phones. No messy cleaning solutions or wipes here. Simply put your cell phone, keys, credit cards, pens, eyeglasses and computer mouse or whatever will fit in the compartment.

The UV-CLEAN Phone Sanitizer kills up to 99.9% of bacteria and viruses with no chemicals or mercury. Two UV-C germicidal LEDs free your phone of household germs in just 1 minute (30 seconds per side).

UV-CLEAN Phone Sanitizer Features

The UV-CLEAN Phone Sanitizer comes in three colors, UVC purple, red and UVC black. The UV-CLEAN fits virtually any smartphone and has up to 70 uses per charge.The UV-CLEAN also comes with a 30 day money-back guarantee-Sanitization Happiness Guaranteed!

 

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