There has been no hiding these last few months from the pandemic that has taken the world by storm. It has touched so many lives since early April when the first cases of COVID reached the media here on American soil. We witnessed news segments that covered China’s battle with the virus, then watched as it traveled to neighboring countries. America has since been shaken as the virus continues to sweep the nation, altering our lives and the lives of the ones we hold most dear.
Grocery stores are packed with mask wearing strangers. Doctors offices, dentists, recreational sites, etc. reopened only to be closed again during the recent 2nd wave of the virus, then finally reopened. Schools have debated reopening but student participation is looking to be at all time lows as more families choose to homeschool due to fear of the virus spreading or strict regulations put in place.
Fear and paranoia have spread like wildfire during these last few months. Disinfecting agents have flown off shelves, leaving a need for natural DIY methods of cleansing ones home and belongings. It has been maddening, not only for myself and my family but for our friends and acquaintances too. Social distancing is in full effect while we strive to keep things clean and cut down the risk of spreading germs to others.
During this time when parents and those with elderly parents are at their most frazzled, I’d like to share a product that was recently pitched to me. Although we all know we can’t completely rid ourselves of germs and contaminants, utilizing a LED UV Sterilization Box has been proven to help by sterilizing 99.9% of Corona Virus in as little as 30 seconds.
Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc. is a leading innovator of deep UV LED products and technology. Within the last several months, SETi released information that announced they’d been successful in achieving the 99.9% sterilization virus in 30 seconds. Testing that was conducted was done within the research group housed in Korea University, Korea’s top university, by using a compound semiconductor Violeds technology that was engineered in partnership with Seoul Viosys in Korea.
When Corona Virus was making its grand appearance into our lives, SETi and Seoul Viosys, pooled resources to to show how Violeds could work to directly sterilize the virus. Initially the technology used was meant to pave the way to a cleaner world, but instead was used to study effects of Violeds against COVID-19. Not only have the studies proven to be effective against coronavirus in the air we breathe but it has also been effective on surfaces such as facial masks and smartphones.
This technology is what is used in the Sterilization Box I mentioned earlier. It’s effectiveness is what has caused it to soar in popularity with Korean moms. Every mom knows that it can be hard to keep things sanitized so that they are safe for little ones to handle, especially little ones who are prone to putting things in their mouths in early stages of life.
Toys that are hard to wash are the most problematic. Parents are forced to choose between trying in vain to clean them or just toss them out if they pose a risk for exposure to germs or contagious viruses such as coronavirus.
The Sterilization Box makes it easier on moms and dads to sanitize toys that would otherwise be thrown out or quarantined from use. These UV LED boxes are ideal for battery operated toys, wooden toys, stuffed animals, legos, etc. Within 30 seconds even the favorite toy of the bunch can be 99.9% sanitized and put back into daily rotation, keeping peace of mind with parents and keeping little ones from getting out of sorts during this period of social distancing.
Not only can these boxes be used for play toys but adults and teens can benefit from them as well. Items such as cellphones, keys, face masks, purses and bags can be safely sterilized as well. As long as it fits within the box, you can get peace of mind knowing that your items are protected from germs, bacteria and coronavirus contamination.
*This is a partnered post. All opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.*