Forget Hand Sanitizer, Now there is a Phone Sanitizer (and it’s a pretty great idea!)

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Hand Sanitizer is So ‘Early Covid’.

Now there is a new Sanitizer on the Market.  One for your Phone, iPad or Device!!!

Our mobile phones have a rough life. We shove them in our pockets, bras, into handbags, they fall down the side of your seat in the car, and we swipe dirty fingers all over them multiple times a day.

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Once you start to consider how much our phones are exposed to, you can see that they could potentially be a cesspool for bacteria, germs and viruses.

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The UV Phone Sanitizer

We have all become so hyper-aware about hygiene and preventing the spread of germs, bacterias and all the nasties, thanks to Covid-19. We are buying masks, sanitising our hands whenever we leave the house and practising social distancing. But if you want to go that extra level in protecting yourself from potentially bad bacteria, virus and germs, have a look at sanitising your mobile phone!

On average, a person will check their phone up to 80 times a day. As disgusting as it is, our mobile phones actually are 10x dirtier than a toilet seat. Yep, pretty gross!

We store our mobile phones in our pockets, out in the sun or leave it charging too long and then the phone gets warm, which is a breeding ground for bacteria and germs.

Up to 7,000 different types of bacteria can be found our mobile phone and tablets. But before you start hyperventilating, it’s mostly good bacteria that is often found on our hands But, there is a bad bacteria that can be potentially harmful and cause disease, infection or a virus. Some of the common bad bacteria found on mobile phones have been known to cause colds, flues, staph infections and strep throat. One study found that out of 370 phone samples, 16% of those phones had evidence of E. Coli! Yeah, poo bacteria.

So, that’s the bad news. Now, let’s talk about the solution..

You can’t exactly clean your phone or tablet with soap and water without causing it damage.

If you spend too much time in the sun with no sunscreen on, it’s basically guaranteed you’ll end up with some degree of sunburn. What actually causes sunburn is too much radiation exposure from ultraviolet light. This same UV light, in particular, UV-C light has been proven when used on a smaller scale is effective in sanitising and killing off 99.9% bacteria, germs and viruses.

So Casetify has released a UV Sanitiser Case, which uses that UV technology to disinfect your mobile phone, or whatever you can fit in the case really.

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This is a UV Phone Sanitizer!

There are two different versions of the UV Sanitiser Case, both cases come in colours white, pink or black.

UV Sanitiser Lite is the perfect case to take with you on the go. It’s portable with USB charging, so it’s as easy as popping your phone in the case while it sits in your handbag or when you are driving in your car.

It only takes 6 minutes using 4 Merurcy-free UV lamps to sanitise your phone! Just like that!

The UV Sanitiser is larger sanitiser which can fit more than just your mobile phone. You can sanitise your keys, jewellery, sunglasses or even your fitness tracker! it has wireless charging enabled for some mobile phone devices. It’s as easy as popping your phone in the case while you drive to pick up the kids from school, sp your phone has been charging and it’s been disinfected!

It has 10,000 hours worth of UV life, with only taking 3 minutes each time to sanitise, it’s going to last you quite a while.

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These products are going to be in popular demand, even post Covid-19. The germs and bacteria that are found on our phones have the potential to make us sick and these cases are a lightweight, convenient product to help reduce the risk!

We think it is an ingenious idea!

You can grab them from Casetify – free worldwide shipping!!!

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