UV Light Sanitizer Keeps Your Phone Germ Free

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PhoneSoap UV Sanitizer, when was the last time you’ve actually disinfected your smartphone?..

Health organizations and professionals have encouraged us all to wash our hands frequently to reduce the spread of viruses, but when’s the last time you’ve actually disinfected your smartphone? Probably not recently enough. Consider this gross statistic: A cellphone carries 10 times more bacteria than a toilet seat, according to a study from the University of Arizona.

Despite being on hand all the time, smartphones aren’t the easiest objects to clean. The CDC and Apple guidelines now advise that you use a 70 percent isopropyl alcohol wipe. But you should make sure moisture doesn’t get into any openings, and keep in mind that excessive wiping may still damage its oleophobic coating, which prevents oils on your fingerprints from sticking to the surface.

The PhoneSoap UV Sanitizer Is The Best Available In 2021The PhoneSoap UV Sanitizer. A simpler solution that avoids those issues may be using an ultraviolet-light sanitizer. UV-light technology for disinfection isn’t new—the medical industry has been using it for decades. These sanitizers use UV-C (instead of UV-A or UV-B) light because it can break apart germ DNA, preventing it from reproducing and spreading.

Like other UV sanitizers, the PhoneSoap UV Sanitizer uses two UV light bulbs, which the brand claims kill 99.99 percent of germs in 10 minutes. Lights in the base and the inside of the lid provide 360-degree sanitization that can reach all the nooks and crannies that you may not effectively get at with wipes. (Keep in mind, though it’ll destroy bacteria, you’ll still have to manually wipe down your phone case to get rid of any accumulated grime.)
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But Does It Really Work?

This was my primary question about purchasing this technology... It appears from these videos, i was not alone in asking this question.

As the name indicates, the PhoneSoap is primarily marketed for use with smartphones, but you can certainly use it to sanitize other objects—so long as they fit inside. The exterior dimensions are about 8.5 x 5 x 2 inches, while the internal size is only about 7 x 3.9 x .75 inches. So while it’s long and wide enough to accommodate any smartphone on the market, its fairly shallow depth may prevent you from throwing just anything inside.

The UV-lights on the top and bottom will run automatically for 10 minutes once the lid is closed. Thanks to USB ports and space to run a charging cable through, your phone can charge while it’s sanitizing.

PhoneSoap’s UV bulbs last, PhoneSoap claims that they can shine for up to 4,000 hours. So you can use the case 24,000 times before the bulbs burn out. And if they do happen to die before then, PhoneSoap will replace them for free.

Since witing this, many new alternatives to the PhoneSoap have poped up. So if the PhoneSoap brand brand is too pricey or unavailable… feel free to give these others popular selling brands a try.

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