8 Devices to Keep Flu Season Germs away! [PICS]

Sanitize Your Devices for Flu Season

1. Violight UV Cell Phone Sanitizer

The Violight Cell Phone Sanitizer uses germicidal UV rays to get those nasty germs off your stuff. It cleans not only your phone but your iPod, earbuds, anything that will fit into the basket.


2. Violight Countertop Toothbrush Sanitizer Battery Powered

The Violight Toothbrush Sanitizer makes sure you’re not getting those nasty flu germs from your partner’s toothbrush when they snuggle in the cup at night. The sanitizer kills 99.9% of germs.


3. Cleanwave Sanitizing Wand

The CleanWave is great for use on desktops, computer keyboards, remote controls and phones. The UV-C light wand says it kills up to 99.9% of germs.


4. Logitech Washable Keyboard

Here’s one way to get the germs off a keyboard, wash it with soap and hot water. Logitech’s Washable Keyboard can go for a dunk to remove the gunk.


5. Nano UV Disinfectant Scanner

The handheld, battery-operated Nano Scanner says it can protect you from infectious diseases from common cold and flu viruses to more serious viruses such as Asian bird flu, SARS viruses and E. coli.


6. Self Sanitizing Keyboard

Vioguard’s anti-bacterial keyboard works like a turtle. When not in use, it retracts into its housing where two germicidal 25-watt ultraviolet lights bake bacteria, viruses, and mold in seconds. The technology kills at least 99.99% of bugs like flu, MRSA, and other contagions.


7. Healthy Night Light

Purely’s Healthy Night Light has a built-in ionizer so it freshens the air in the room while it provides light. It generates negative ions which remove dust and mold from the room.


8. Pocket Purifier

Purely Product’s Pocket Purifier uses ultraviolet light to eliminate 99.9% of germs that cause colds and flu, mold, fungus and other germs. The UV light in the handheld device deactivates the DNA of bacteria, viruses and other pathogens, destroying their ability to multiply. Small enough for moms to throw in a diaper bag to sanitize baby toys and changing surfaces.



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