UV sanitizer Homedics SUPER HOT DEAL
- Costco Brossard
I paid 39.97$ three weeks ago
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This is false.soupmaster666 wrote: ↑ No, they don't really work.
That is to say, yes they do typically generate germicidal UVC light, and that does kill bacteria and viruses. But germicidal UVC only works when the surface to be sanitized is absolutely clean (many bacteria can hide behind one speck of dust, and light doesn't shine through dust), and when the surface receives the appropriate dose.
The Samsung one that's been the focus of 10 different threads here was measured with readily available and cheap UVC domisetering cards. A card facing up didn't report the necessary dose until the device had completed ten 10-minite cycles. So 100 minutes to clean the top. A downward facing dosimetric test card was unaffected - thus every device to be sanitized needs to spend 100 minutes inside, then be flipped and spend another 100 minutes sanitizing the other side.
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dealfinder324 wrote: ↑ if you want something that kills covid 19, you will need something much more powerful like this 55W UV Light
https://www.amazon.ca/Pur-UV-Livingroom ... 029&sr=8-4
I have one at home, turn it on for 15 minutes after I come in the house. you don't need to keep it on for long, 15 minutes is enough, this is the same UV light used by the hospitals in between patients.
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The light bulb supposedly lasts 8000 hours, if you use this at 8 hours a day, it will last for 3 years. I think it's perfect for Air B&Bs, make sure the room is empty when you turn the light on, and I'm sure your guests will feel safer too.
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Did u just use the companies own claims abt efficacy where they didnt even cite these "3rd party" studieslhsonic wrote: ↑ These do work but UV sanitation requires direct light contact. Anything in shadows, oddly shaped, or dirty will not be properly sanitized.
These are not certified to work against COVID-19 but you can make an educated assumption it likely works. Health Canada has warned against false claims that these work against COVID because they have not received verified test results that these work for that specific purpose.
Quite simply, your phones are DISGUSTING. We use them at the toilet, we use them after contacting a bunch of disgusting surfaces, sometimes we swipe them for recipes while handling raw meat, they sit on all sorts of disgusting surfaces. While I don't know if we can positively link touching your phone, rubbing your eyes, and then getting sick, I don't think there's anything wrong with the occasional sanitization. Viruses and bacteria do exist everywhere but I just think it's funny that we are told to wash hands often but then we go and touch our phones which have been handled everywhere throughout the day once we get home.
Lab results for number of cycles required for disinfection of different bacteria and viruses: https://www.homedics.ca/uv-clean-test-results/
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