Germ Relief Box

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The Germ Relief Box is a lightbox that makes use of UVC technology in order to sanitize small objects that users may bring into the house. It's stated that the built-in UVC light will work together with the reflective inner chamber so that each object that's placed in the box comes out 99.9 percent germ-free. For your safety, it's specified that each box's light will shut off as soon as anyone attempts to open up the box, so you won't end up being exposed to its wavelengths.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Germ Relief Box is $59.99 and the shipping is FREE!

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Place Box Beside Door

    To set up your Germ Relief Box, it's best to place it close to the door through which you'd normally enter your home. That way, objects that come from the outside world likely won't come in contact with anything else in your house before they're placed in the box.

  2. Open Box and Fill

    The next time you enter your house from outdoors, you should first wash your hands at the closest sink, and then open up your Germ Relief Box. Following that, you can place items such as your keys, cell phone, and wallet inside the box to be sanitized. Basically, any small item that's been outside your home should go in there for a cleaning, as long as it'll fit comfortably into the box.

  3. Close and Sanitize

    After making sure that you've zipped your box closed, you'll need to press the round power button on the front of the box in order to start the sanitizing process. Pressing this button will turn the UVC light on inside, and it'll immediately begin to sanitize each item within the box—on all sides. For the best results possible, you must leave your items in the box for three minutes, but then they should be taken out.

  4. Open Box

    Once three minutes have passed with your items in the box, unzip the box and remove the items. You'll notice that as soon as you unzip the box, the UVC light will turn itself off, and it'll remain off while you take the objects out of the inner chamber. After you've removed the objects, you'll be able to use them as you normally would, without worrying about them being coated in germs.

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  • Compact

    The Germ Relief Box is fairly compact, as each one is only about the size of a plastic lunchbox that a child would take to school. Therefore, each one won't take up more than approximately a foot of space, regardless of where you choose to set it up. Each one is a discreet shade of white, so visitors to your home may not realize what the box is for unless you let them know. Its compact size will also enable most users to carry it quickly from room to room, if necessary.

  • Chemical Free

    This lightbox makes use of light instead of chemicals, which means that it won't damage certain items (such as digital devices or stuffed toys) like chemical sprays might. You can use it to sanitize a child or baby's possessions without being concerned that you'll expose them to chemicals, and you won't have to breathe in chemicals yourself throughout the sanitization process, either.

  • Reusable

    Each Germ Relief Box can be used time and time again, for as long as the UVC light lasts, and depending on how often you use it, one box may last for several years. On the other hand, if you were to use single-use disposable wipes to clean small items, you'd probably go through thousands of them during a multi-year period. When it comes to the environment, a reusable lightbox will certainly create far less trash to be added to a landfill.

  • Automatic Shut-off

    Exposing your eyes to UVC light can potentially cause damage, but the automatic shut-off function that's built into this lightbox will mitigate that risk. As soon as the box even senses that someone's touching the closed lid, the light will shut off inside, so if you do open the lid up, it won't be shining into your face.

Positive Points

  • Use Anywhere in Home, Car

    The standard place to put this lightbox is next to your front door (or another door that you normally enter your home through), but it can be moved to other places in your residence. You may want to use one to sanitize utensils or grooming devices in the kitchen or bathroom, so you can guarantee that your eating or bathing experience is virtually germ-free. One of these boxes may also be useful in the car since it'll allow you to immediately sanitize any small items you've taken into public places.

  • Won't Disturb Technology

    As alluded to above, if you were to clean your cell phone or other digital devices with a liquid solution, the solution might interfere with the workings of those devices. The same goes for credit cards or debit cards that are equipped with RFID technology. Fortunately, when you place technological items in your Germ Relief Box, you can do so with the knowledge that they won't interfere with the way these items work.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Sanitize Mask Between Uses

    If you have a reusable non-medical mask that you only wear while you're outside the house, you should drop it into this lightbox as soon as you come home. After a three-minute sanitization cycle, you can actually leave it in the box (with the lid ajar) and pick it up again the next time you head out. For maximum protection, you might even choose to run it through another cycle before you wear it on your face again.

  2. Disinfect Objects for School

    School can be a breeding ground for viruses, bacteria, and germs, so if you have children who attend school, make sure each small object that goes there or comes back is disinfected. As soon as your child gets home, gather up any small objects they're carrying, and run them through a sanitization cycle. If they've got tons of objects, you can even run them through the box in shifts. As with your non-medical mask, before your child heads back to school with any of these objects, you should sanitize them a second time.

Save Time

Cleaning an object with wipes or a chemical spray can take several minutes or more, and you'll have to be on task the entire time. Alternatively, if you use a Germ Relief Box to sanitize small objects, you'll be able to plop them in the box and do something else while a three-minute sanitization cycle is passing. What's more, the box will be able to clean several objects at the same time, while your hands can probably only handle cleaning one at once.

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- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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