PhoneSoap UV Smartphone Sanitizer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

While you probably don’t think about it too often (if ever), your phone is a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. The PhoneSoap is a sanitizer built specifically for your smartphone, no matter the make or model.

You use sanitizer on a regular basis, so why not give your smartphone the same treatment? This device helps prevent all those grimy germs from getting all over the place. Simply place the phone into the tanning bed like device, plug it in for charging, close the lid, and after 4 minutes, you will have a phone that is Spic ‘n Span clean. The device doesn’t use any chemicals to clean, opting for two UV lights to penetrate the bacteria and viruses instead. [Purchase]

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