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CleanWave Sanitizing Wand

     
  • CleanWave Sanitizing Wand
  • Product Code: CLEAN WAVE -WAND
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  • $189.00
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Shine On and Rest Easy
Kill Germs and Allergens
With this germ reducing UV-C light wand, you can kill up to 99.9% of germs, allergens* and odor causing bacteria on hard surfaces at home or away. And talk about fast! This light is laboratory proven to eliminate up to 99% of MRSA and H1N1 in just 1 second!
Destroy Odor Causing Bacteria
Even in pet and nursery areas, the CleanWave quickly tackles the odors and bacteria in its light path. Breathe easy knowing your pet bed, area rugs, toys, crib and mattress cover and other surfaces in the baby’s room are not only clean, but sanitized and deodorized.
Sanitize the Chemical Free Way
The CleanWave Sanitizing Wand uses the same advanced UV-C light technology used to sanitize hospital equipment for over 30 years. So go ahead and sanitize without chemicals, irritants§ or residues. Unlike liquids and other chemical products, the CleanWave is perfect for electronics and requires no dwell time.

Use at Home, in the Car, at Hotels and More
While not intended for people, pets or food, the CleanWave is ideal for countertops, computer keyboards, remote controls, telephones, pillows, upholstery and more. Discover the next wave in clean with the CleanWave Sanitizing Wand.

How CleanWave® Works

Dr. Gerba Quote
 

VH01


Kills up to 99.9% of germs, viruses and other micro-organisms on solid, non-porous surfaces. Sanitizing times and effectiveness for porous surfaces may vary.
†† Based on exposure of UV-C light to test organisms in laboratory on non-porous hard surface, under controlled conditions. MRSA refers to Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (ATCC 33592). H1N1 refers to A/Swine/Iowa Swine Influenza A
Direct UV-C Light exposure is effective on certain allergen producing organisms such as Mold A and a reduction in dust mites.
§ When used as directed.
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dust mites and flea control on surfaces

Dust mites and flea control on surfaces

"Every home has dust mites."  So acknowledges the The Environmental Protection Agency.
It gets worse:  A single mattress may be home to as many as 10 million dust mites and a multitude of bacteria and viruses.

For many, dust mites are such a concern that they remove all fabric-covered furniture and carpets from their homes, as these areas are breeding grounds for dust mites and cannot be readily cleaned without harsh chemicals. The UV-C light in Verilux Sanitizing products is 100% chemical-free and safe for all surfaces, including bedding, furniture, electronics and children’s toys.

In independent laboratory testing, 100% of flea eggs and dust mite eggs failed to hatch when exposed to UV-C light from a Verilux Sanitizing Wand.

By effectively eliminating biological contaminants without the use of chemicals, you will positively affect your home environment and the health of the planet.

Verilux Sanitizing Products, like the CleanWave Sanitizing Wand, kill up to 99.9% of germs and certain allergens.
Verilux Sanitizing Products, like the kill up to 99.9% of germs and certain allergens.

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The following documents further outline the testing and effectiveness of UV-C light:

Evaluation of Antiviral H1N1 Activity of UV Light Wand
Review Lab Test Results of the Verilux CleanWave UV-C Sanitizing Wand (VH01).

UV-C Test Data and Efficacy
Review Independent Test Results of the Verilux chemical free sanitizing technology.

UV-C FAQ's from Verilux
Review the Facts and Frequently Asked Questions about UV-C light.

Verilux UV-C CleanWave Products
CleanWave UV-C Kill Rate Table

UV-C Products - House Hold Germs
A Germ Zapper's Guide to Clean: Washington Post July 24th, 2008

Allergy Prevention Begins at Home 
Texas A& M University System Agricultural Communications August 29, 2007

Ultraviolet C Exposure to American House Dust Mite Eggs
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology February, 2006