Your Phone Has 25,000 Bacteria Per Square Inch — This Device Sanitizes It in 1 Minute

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It can be a scary world out there, and fear across the globe has multiplied immensely with the fast spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. There’s a good chance you’ve seen people walking around wearing surgical masks, or have even worn one yourself.

Wearing a mask out in public is not a guarantee of protection from germs and bacteria. They’re made for those who are already sick, to keep the virus’ droplets in — rather than out. If you wear one, there’s a chance you could actually be increasing your risk of infection because you will need to touch your face more often, or could improperly dispose of it! Your hands are more of the worry — but know what your hands are always touching? Your phone. You can (and should) wash your hands thoroughly, always, but it’s not like you’re running your phone under the faucet, and wipes can only do so much — especially when it comes to impossible-to-reach areas. That’s why we’re so grateful for this potentially life-saving invention!

HoMedic Phone Sanitizer

 

See it! Get the PHoMedics UV-Clean Phone Sanitizer that claims to clean faster than any UV sanitizer on the market at Amazon before it sells out again!

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This revolutionary device already has Amazon reviews, and clinic employees, tech experts, biology graduates and self-proclaimed germaphobes are singing its praises, having tested it themselves and seen the stunning results. Shoppers feel like they can breathe a sigh of relief with this in their life, and they can’t believe they had never considered how filthy their phones were until recently!

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See it!

See it! Get the PHoMedics UV-Clean Phone Sanitizer that claims to clean faster than any UV sanitizer on the market at Amazon before it sells out again!

OR

On sale! We also recommend the Smart Phone Sanitizer Portable UV Lights Cell Phone Sterilizer Cleaner —  currently on sale at Amazon.

This sanitizing device is available in multiple colors, and you can use it to clean more than just your phone. Try your keys, credit cards, pens, jewelry, toothbrush heads or even a pacifier! Any bacteria magnet out there — especially one that you store in a dark, enclosed space like your pocket, bag or wallet.

While we hope every day to find a vaccine for COVID-19, even when we do, bacteria and germs will still remain. This device may help protect you against staph infections, E. coli, salmonella or even the pesky common cold. The best time to buy it will always be now — especially before it sells out!

 

See it!

See it! Get the PHoMedics UV-Clean Phone Sanitizer that claims to clean faster than any UV sanitizer on the market at Amazon before it sells out again!

OR

On Sale! We also recommend the Smart Phone Sanitizer Portable UV Lights Cell Phone Sterilizer Cleaner —  Currently on sale at Amazon.

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