|CleanWave Portable Sanitizing Wand
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|CleanWave Sanitizing Wand
Eliminate germs, viruses, bacteria and more on household surfaces
Pollution has made healthy living and healthy cleaning more challenging. Invisible germs, viruses and bacteria are omnipresent and, as reported by the Environmental Protection Agency, air in homes can be as much as 100 times more polluted than outdoor air. Add that during the winter months, many people spend as much as 90% of their time indoors, and the need to maintain a clean environment becomes an important concern.
Kitchen utensils, phone receivers, mobile phones, computer keyboards, furniture and bedding are just a few of the surfaces that harbor invisible germs.
Chemical-free, odorless UV-C light sanitizes against viruses, bacteria, mold and dust mites by penetrating the micro-organism’s cell membrane, damaging its DNA. This prevents growth and kills the organism.
Facts about home sanitizing:
The CleanWave Sanitizing Portable Vacuum uses UV-C light to safety clean and sanitize without chemicals or residues. It has a detachable hand vacuum, on-board nozzle and brush attachments – perfect for quick clean-ups, corners and crevices.
The following documents further outline the testing and effectiveness of UV-C light:
Evaluation of Antiviral H1N1 Activity of UV Light Wand
Review Lab Test Results of the Verilux CleanWave UV-C Sanitizing Wand (VH01).
UV-C Test Data and Efficacy
Review Independent Test Results of the Verilux chemical free sanitizing technology.
UV-C FAQ's from Verilux
Review the Facts and Frequently Asked Questions about UV-C light.
Verilux UV-C CleanWave Products
CleanWave UV-C Kill Rate Table
UV-C Products - House Hold Germs
A Germ Zapper's Guide to Clean: Washington Post July 24th, 2008
Allergy Prevention Begins at Home
Texas A&M University System Agricultural Communications August 29, 2007
Ultraviolet C Exposure to American House Dust Mite Eggs
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology February, 2006