H1N1 Destroying UV Wand Works Where Disinfectants Can’t

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H1N1 Destroying UV Wand

If you can’t afford to get sick, this gadget – making light work of household sanitation – will help ensure you don’t. Called the H1N1 Destroying UV Wand, it protects against even the nastiest of viruses including Swine Flu and unlike messy liquid disinfectants, can be used on upholstery, keyboards, bedding and electronics or any other surface that harbors germs.

Using the same UV-C light trusted to sanitize hospitals, the H1N1 Destroying UV Wand has been shown by independent laboratory testing to kill the Swine Flu virus – after just five-seconds of exposure from the wand when held 0.75-inches above a contaminated surface.

Also capable of killing dreaded antibiotic-resistant MRSA as well as mold and dust mites, the wand devastates the DNA of viral and bacterial membranes with its UV-C light – ensuring microorganisms are unable to reproduce and survive.

Completely cordless for ease-of-use all around your home, the H1N1 Destroying UV Wand shuts off automatically if the light is turned upwards, gets 90 minutes of germ-zapping on an 8-hour charge and is available now from Hammacher Schlemmer for $69.95. Just don’t confuse it with your Phototherapy Hairbrush.

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Comments (3 Responses):

My brother got infected with H1N1 or Swine Flu in Mexico. He got a mild fever and luckily he did not die.

during the height of the H1N1 or Swine Flu epidemic, i was very afraid to get infected with this disease and i wore face mask whenever i got into heavily populated areas.

i remember being scared of getting infected by H1N1 during the height of the pandemic. at least two of my classmates got infected by H1N1.

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