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Your smartphone is dirty. Clean it with a PhoneSoap UV-C sanitizer.

Mashable 01 Feb 2021 03:23
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UV-C radiation kills up to 99.99 percent of bacteria and germs.
UV-C radiation kills up to 99.99 percent of bacteria and germs.
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Save 50%: Shop UV-C sanitizers on sale during PhoneSoap's BOGO 50% off sale through Feb. 14.


If one thing has stayed consistent over the last year, it's that we need to be washing our hands frequently — and we should be wiping down surfaces that we touch with our hands. We're going to bet that the surface you touch most throughout the day is your phone.

And so yes, you should be cleaning your phone.

That doesn't mean you have to take soap and water to your smartphone. PhoneSoap is a device that uses UV-C rays to kill 99.99 percent of germs and bacteria. And as of Feb. 1, PhoneSoap is running a buy one get one 50% off sale on its sanitizing devices.

According to the FDA, UV-C radiation has been effective in reducing the spread of bacteria, but because the strain coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is still relatively new, it's not known whether UV-C is totally capable of inactivating the virus.

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