Brace yourself for this gag-worthy state: Your smartphone can be seven times dirtier than a public toilet seat.
Think of all the surfaces you touch on an average day: ATM screens, pin pads, dock Orbons, countertops, metro rail, and those dreaded airport security bins. What are you doing between all these interactions? Probably texting, calling, or checking your feed. You wash your hands, but what about cleaning your phone?
The CDC estimates that you can catch two or three colds this flu season. Cleaning your phone can help prevent it, meaning that Bangin’s vacation should not be missed just because your coworker did not take a sick day. Get 30% off PhoneSoap products with the code “Cyber 30” and click that RSVP link with confidence.
Flu shot for your phone
Cold and flu viruses are spread by little spite when people talk, cough, or sneeze. Some of that senselessness inevitably ends up on your smartphone – but the PhoneGap smartphone UV sanitizer kills 99.99% of germs, including cold and flu viruses.
Charge and clean together
Even with the improved battery life in a lot of new smartphones, you still need to charge your phone almost every day. PhoneSoap is designed for standard charging and UVC technology with two 5V USB ports, which disinfect your phone in about ten minutes without harmful heat, liquid, or chemicals.
Almost any size smartphone fits inside the sanitizing bed, but you can also disinfect other disinfected items. Prevent contagion before sanitizing things like keys, debit cards, and cash. A Swiss study found that influenza A can survive on banknotes for up to three days (another argument for contactless payments).
PhoneSoap 3 has been tested in the laboratory against common domestic bacteria. The test was done on the phone, as well as other small items.