It is a fact that mobile devices and especially smartphones have become objects that we can’t live without. It’s impossible to separate a smartphone from anyone of us. We use smartphones every day: at home, at work, at the table, on public transport, in public places, and even in the toilet. There are few places where you cannot find the opportunity or the need to check your phone. Right now, I’m only thinking of one situation: while we are sleeping. And I believe that’s it.

 

Phones can spread germs and viruses

The main problems with these concentrates of technology are the touch screens of smartphones, which are a real hotbed for microbes. Throughout the day, they accumulate a lot of germs and bacteria. Since we use them and touch them every moment of the day, we can be in direct contact with those microbes.

Even if we wash our hands with soap before eating, it is sufficient that we touch a smartphone to contaminate them again. The higher the number of people touching a surface, the greater the risk of contamination. If you touch a subway bar and then you check your emails on your phone, it will be covered by the microbes of the people who touched the same subway bar.

A London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine study found that 92% of phones tested were covered with bacteria (390 samples were used in this study).

To make matters worse, the heat released by these devices helps to promote the persistence of bacteria. A study carried out on smartphones screens by the American laboratory HML Labs and quoted in a Wall Street Journal article reveals the presence of a high level of coliforms, bacteria of fecal origin. On eight smartphone models tested, HML Labs reported that they have found between 2,700 and 4,200 coliform bacteria. The limit for drinking water is one coliform per 100 ml. While this kind of contamination can be found on other everyday objects such as door handles, computer keyboards, keys or pens, the exposure via smartphones is higher because of the proximity that we have with these devices.

 

Don’t worry, the  is there for you

Our objective isn’t to terrify you with all those kinds of information. Actually, it is the opposite; we are more likely to accentuate the fact that you have to clean your smartphones consistently. Are you asking yourself how to clean your smartphone? We will share with you the perfect product for this sensitive mission, a Dmax product, the UV Phone  Sterilizer.

After reading this article, you need seriously to start using the , in order to keep your smartphone germ free. However, before we start, how about we stress on a fundamental point. You should frequently wash your hands, and you should do it correctly, particularly following any trip to the bathroom. In this way the germs won’t be able to find a way to be on your smartphone. Without any further delay, let’s see what you need to know about the product that will make your smartphone cleaner.

This small portable UV case, was unveiled some time ago and is responsible for the complete disinfection of your smartphone (a bit like those boxes for scissors and other materials that we find in hairdressing salons).

Indeed, the  is engaged in the medical control of smartphones. According to the manufacturer, an  can eliminate up to 99.9% of common household germs and adapt to all cell phones and smartphones, from the iPhone XS Max to the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, passing by the Huawei P30 Pro or the OnePlus 7 Pro. This list also includes larger phones of up to 7 inches. The action of cleaning the phone does not last more than six minutes. Using the  is pretty straightforward. Just turn on the device, put the phone inside it, press the button and let the  perform its magic trick.

Its simplicity of use is especially designed to allow you to repeat the operation on a regular basis. So it prevents your iPhone, Samsung, Huawei, or any other model of smartphone to still serve as a bacteriological culture fair.

(product testing result)

 

In addition, the UV Phone Sanitizer has two ports (USB lightning and USB-C) to recharge the smartphone during decontamination. Besides that, it also supports wireless charging,

Finally, the manufacturer indicates that the  can be used with iPods, MP3 players, Bluetooth earphones, toothbrushes, watches, toys, baby pacifiers, eyeglasses, keys, and jewellery.