With the COVID-19 pandemic, sanitizing anything from our hands to commonly touched surfaces has become a priority as the CDC and World Health Organization have shared that sanitizing has a huge impact on flattening the curve and preventing the spread of diseases like coronavirus.
With high-tech devices like smart phones, it can be tricky to know how to sanitize them. Should I really just wipe it down with a Clorox wipe and call it good?
UV-C Light to Sanitize Devices?
Companies like PhoneSoap are trying to solve that problem. According to their website, “PhoneSoap kills microorganisms that hide in crevices where cleaning wipes can’t reach.”
Using powerful UV-C light, PhoneSoap claims to be totally safe for electronics while killing 99.99% of germs.
How to use the PhoneSoap
The PhoneSoap is essentially a box that fits your phone. Equipped with room to plug in your charging cable, you can use this device while charging your phone overnight. After the 10-minute process, the lights turn off and your phone can remain in the PhoneSoap box.
Check out the video below by the company of how to use their PhoneSoap 3.
Starting at $79.95 for the PhoneSoap 3, this company offers several different devices, including a product called the HomeSoap, which is big enough to sanitize tablets, toys, bottles and more.
Have you used this device? Let us know how you liked it!