Cleaning Invisible Germs with New UV Cleaner

On August 8th, 2012 By 

All of us clean their homes and in many cases people prefer to hire professional cleaners. But even they are not fully sure that all of the dust and germs are gone because some of them are invisible for a person’s eye. Here comes the solution: new UV-based cleaning machine.

The most common problem are dust mites. They can be found in mattresses, sofas and pillows. And there is no way to make sure you completely got rid of them. In fact there was no way to do it but now there is. A new UV-based cleaning machine is on the market.

The technology the new cleaner uses is based on UVC. This is a type of ultraviolet ray which is capable of killing the germs in just several seconds. The new machine is called Raycop UVC Anti-Allergy cleaner. The discovery for the great features of the light was first made in 1903 when Niels Ryberg Finsen was awarded a Nobel price in Medicine.

The new machine is claim to kill 99 percent of all bacteria and 94 percent of dust mites. It will also collect even the small particles from the surface through a filter.

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