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PhoneSoap 3 UV Smartphone Sanitizer & Universal Charger | Patented & Clinically Proven UV Light Disinfector | (Black) $42

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PHONESOAP 3: THE FIRST UV-C SANITIZER AND CHARGER. This unit houses two scientifically proven germicidal UV-C bulbs that completely sanitize your entire phone, killing 99.99% of all bacteria and germs. In addition, the unit offers one USB port and one USB-C port for charging.
AS SEEN ON SHARK TANK, DISCOVERY CHANNEL, GOOD MORNING AMERICA, AND QVC. PhoneSoap's revolutionary bacteria-zapping technology was featured on ABC's Shark Tank, tested and proven effective on the Discovery Channel, and sold to hundreds of thousands of happy customers on Good Morning America and QVC.
STAY HEALTHY. Our phones gather all the bacteria we touch throughout the day, and then they are stored in warm and dark places like purses and pockets, leaving the bacteria to breed and grow. They are the third hand we never wash! Using PhoneSoap on a regular basis will help keep germs and illness at bay.
FITS AND CHARGES ANY PHONE. PhoneSoap 3 was built to accommodate all smartphones, including larger models like the iPhone 8+ and the Galaxy S10+. The USB and USB-C ports in the back of the unit offer universal charging to all devices. You're going to charge your phone every night anyway - you may as well sanitize it, too!
CLEAN WHATEVER FITS. The PhoneSoap 3 was created with smartphones in mind, but will sanitize anything that fits inside - pacifiers, smart watches, headphones, keys - you name it!

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I had the original version, but then phones got bigger, and wouldn't fit. It would randomly turn on during the day - there didn't seem to be any way to stop it. Hope they've fixed that issue.
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This is a joke right?
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I have had two of these over the years. Never had a problem. Seems to have been pretty verified as legit in helping clean your phone without having to do much. Use it with a larger phone now - will fit the bigger iPhones for example.
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Keeps illnesses at bay? You're killing germs you've already been exposed to. Seems like a futile exercise.
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Why not just use a bleach wipe?
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Why not just use a bleach wipe?
Alcohol pads are really cheap and are just as effective. I use them often to wipe my phone down.
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I got one of these as a gift and I use it. I also wipe the phone down too from time to time but I like sanitizing it both ways.
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Why not just use a bleach wipe?
Wipes and harsh cleaners can have alcohol, vinegar, or other things in them that strip away the coatings that protect the device from fingerprints, water, or scratches.
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Alcohol pads are really cheap and are just as effective. I use them often to wipe my phone down.
'Since many newer phones have a protective coating, rubbing alcohol can wear it away quicker over time, causing your phone to be more prone to scratches. Make sure to check for alcohol in product ingredients on any "safe to use" phone screen cleaners. Apple says to avoid alcohol when cleaning its devices.'

https://www.cnet.com/how-to/your-...-clean-it/
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'Since many newer phones have a protective coating, rubbing alcohol can wear it away quicker over time, causing your phone to be more prone to scratches. Make sure to check for alcohol in product ingredients on any "safe to use" phone screen cleaners. Apple says to avoid alcohol when cleaning its devices.'

https://www.cnet.com/how-to/your-...-clean-it/
I have a protective case plus tempered glass so my device doesn't really suffer the effects of the alcohol.
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