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UV sanitizing wand
Use our UV sanitizing wand disinfects all your household surfaces instantly - eliminating 99.9% of the pathogens, molds, spores and dust mites at the flick of a switch.
Just hold UV sterilizer wand over the surface and move it slowly from side to side, to destroy the pathogens.
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What is UV sanitizing wand
We all know that the most obvious way to get rid of dust mites, germs and allergens is to clean meticulously, but even this can’t completely eradicate the problem of allergens.
It is mostly impossible to completely sanitize your house; however, there are some other ways than mopping, vacuuming, dusting and cleaning to help rid your house of dust mites, germs, and other allergens.
UV-C sanitizing wand has become popular recently and has proven in scientific studies that they are effective in eliminating germs. They also can help eliminate dust mites.
UV sanitizing wand has also been used in various ways for years such as sanitizing water. Thanks to recent technology, the use of UV-C sanitizers can now be used by normal people in normal houses.
This UV sanitizing wand kills germs on contact, leaving surfaces clean and safe to touch. This handheld UV sterilizer has been proved to kill off 99.9% of germs on contact, including epidemic bacteria such as Escherichia (E-Coli), Salmonella, Typhii, Staphylococcus Aureus, Avian Bird Flu, and the SARS virus. It can even be used on furniture and bedding to terminate dust mite, lice, and flea eggs. Basic disinfection can be administered in less than 10 seconds. Utilizing the powers of UVA, UVB, and UVC rays, the UV wand kills germs on contact, making safer environments for the health-conscious and sickness-prone. Use this sanitizing wand all over your house, in the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and more. Or take it with you on the go to sanitize your office, hotel room, even public restrooms.
How to use UV sanitizing wand?
Hold the UV-C Light Sanitizing Wand approximately 1-2 inches away from each object. Expose each object to the UV-C light for 10 seconds. For Kitchen Utensils: Place items on a counter, away from water. Hold the UV-C Light Sanitizing Wand approximately 2-3 inches away from each object.
Using ultraviolet rays to sanitize your counters could replace all those chemical cleaners you use now. if you shine ultraviolet light on microorganisms, it damages their DNA, and hopefully kills them. The UV light won't penetrate deeply into substances, so it's only for superficial sanitizing.
On the light spectrum, UV light has a shorter wavelength than light we see with our eyes, but a longer wavelength than X-Rays. This shorter wavelength allows the ultraviolet light to pack more energy. We've heard of UV-A & UV-B rays that come from the sun. These rays are responsible for damaging skin cells in the form of sunburn and skin cancer. The sun emits UV-C rays as well. The UV-C rays from the sun rarely make it to our skin because ozone in the upper atmosphere absorbs all of these rays. This wand utilizes a low dose of these higher energy UV-C rays.
How does a UV sanitizing wand work?
Keep it straight. These UV sanitizing wand work best in a flat, horizontal, and downward position. Many have safety features that shut off the lamp if it's turned upright to protect your eyes. If you need to use it on something like a wall or mirror, it can be used vertically, just be sure to keep it aimed directly at the surface so you don't trigger the safety shut off.
Do not shine it on people, animals, or near anyone's eyes. It won't kill you like it will bacteria but your eyes can be severely damaged according to this article from Prevent Blindness.
These UV sanitizing wand are most effective on flat smooth surfaces. They only work where the light hits, so this isn't a solution to your blending sponge woes. But for counter surfaces, manicure tools, and other smooth objects, these UV sanitizing wand can kill over 90 percent of all microbes.
It takes at least 10 seconds to be effective. Think of it like ironing--if you pass it over at lightning speed, it won't work. Go slow, work in sections.
Between a half, an inch and an inch is the sweet spot for how high off the surface you want to hold your UV sanitizing wand. Any closer and it's going to take you a lot longer to cover the area and any higher and the effectiveness goes down.
UV wands can also be handy to travel with, as you can use them to ensure your hotel linens are clean and sterile.
Do UV sanitizing wand work?
Hospitals have embraced ultraviolet (UV) lights as a cleaning tool for years, using large, industrial-grade machines to decontaminate rooms. Now, smaller versions of UV sanitation lights are available to consumers looking to clean pretty much anything, from phones to toilet seats.
Here's how these UV light sanitizers actually work.
UV light is highly effective at killing germs
The three main types of UV rays are UVA, UVB, and UVC. Because UVC rays have the shortest wavelength, and therefore highest energy, they are capable of killing bacteria and viruses, also called pathogens. UVC light has a wavelength of between 200 and 400 nanometers (nm). It is highly effective at decontamination because it destroys the molecular bonds that hold together the DNA of viruses and bacteria, including "superbugs," which have developed a stronger resistance to antibiotics.
Powerful UVC light has been regularly used to decontaminate surgical tools and hospital rooms. A study that included 21,000 patients who stayed overnight in a room where someone had been previously treated found that sanitizing a hospital room with UV light in addition to traditional methods of cleaning cut transmission of drug-resistant bacteria by 30%. This is partly because UVC light can effectively sanitize hard-to-clean nooks and crannies. UVC light also works by destroying the DNA of pathogens, which makes it effective against "superbugs."