A cell phone has 18x more
bacteria than a public restroom

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How does your phone get so dirty?

Whatever your hands touch, your phone collects

Throughout the day, all the bacteria you touch on grocery carts, gas pumps, doorknobs, and even other people are transferred and stored on your phone.

Step1

Your phone is the third hand you never wash!

We wash our hands to stay healthy, but not our phones. As a result our phones are full of invisible germs and bacteria!

The dirty truth

The average phone is crawling with 18 times more bacteria than a public restroom. Your dark and cosy pocket, along with your phone’s battery, keeps your bacteria-ridden phone in prime conditions to multiply.

Step 2

Stay healthy with PhoneSoap

Clinically proven results

PhoneSoap’s powerful UV-C light is proven to kill 99.99% of totally safe for electronics while killing 99.99% of germs.

Simply place your phone (or remotes, keys etc.) in your PhoneSoap for a mere 10-minute cycle. When the external blue indicator turns off, your item is completely clean.

The best way to clean your phone

PhoneSoap kills micro-organisms that hide in crevices where cleaning wipes cant reach.

Sanitise anything you think of

Soon, you will be sanitising anything that fits in the PhoneSoap UV sanitiser! It’s completely safe for credit cards, jewellery, pens and baby products any much more.

UV-C Light? Is PhoneSoap, Soap?

PhoneSoap is soap for your phone but not in the literally sense. It has two UV-C light bulbs in it that santise your phone. No bubbly soap, no water, just light that is completely safe for your phone and anything else that fits in it. It’s also able to clean 99.99% of germs in a mere 10-minute cycle and when it’s done, the blue indicator light switches off.

UV light has three wavelength categories: UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. UV-C light is a short-wavelength, ultraviolet light that breaks apart germ DNA, leaving it unable to function or reproduce. In other words, UV-C light is germicidal. UV-C can even neutralise “superbugs” that have developed a resistance to antibiotics.

 With powerful UV-C light inside, PhoneSoap has a deadly effect on microorganisms such as pathogens, viruses, bacteria, and others.

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