Safe T Lite is a portable, hand-held device with a small, hospital-grade UVC light inside. Due to this light, the device is purported to be able to kill up to 99.9 percent of germs on a wide variety of surfaces, including those you might touch at a bank or supermarket. This light will fold in two when you're not using it, which means you'll likely be able to fit it into any handbag or a large pocket.
The cost of Safe T Lite is $59.90 plus $7.95 shipping for a total price of $67.85.
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Once you've verified that an appropriate set of rechargeable or AAA batteries is inside your device, unfold it and turn it on by using the small round power button on one side. It'll automatically turn itself off if you accidentally point it in the direction of your face, so you won't have to worry about unintentionally bothering your eyes with its brightness.
Next, aim your device's UVC light, which will be clearly beaming out of the top half of the device, at a surface that you think might be contaminated with germs. This could be a computer keyboard, a door handle, or a shelf at a store—the options are nearly endless. Hover the light about a half-inch above your chosen surface, without actually letting the light touch it.
While continuing to hover your device's light over the same potentially contaminated surface, wait at least five seconds for the light to begin doing its germ-killing work. After five seconds or so, it should begin killing almost any type of germ, bacteria, or viral matter that it finds on the surface. You can move your light a bit, from side to side or up and down, as it does its work. Once you've illuminated the same surface for about 30 seconds, it'll be time to move on.
Repeat the hovering process on any surface that you think might contain a harmful germ, before you touch it with your fingers.
Finally, when you think you're done killing germs for a while, you can use your device's power button to turn it off. It's best to fold the device shut after you've done so, too, and store it in a cool (but not cold), dry place.
It's stated that hospitals have used UVC lighting for years, in order to kill germs in the medical environment, and the Safe T Lite has converted that process into a more portable form. You'll be able to carry your UVC light almost anywhere and aim it at almost anything—aside from people or other animals—in order to activate its almost instant germ-killing effects. This will help you keep yourself and your family members (and perhaps even your community at large) safe from harmful viruses like the Coronavirus or the seasonal flu.
The Safe T Lite is just a bit smaller than an average-sized smartphone, which makes it a compact thing for any user to carry around at home, at work, or at school. To transport it outside your home, you may want to slide it into a large pocket, toss it in your handbag or backpack, or place it in your glove compartment (if you're traveling by car). Along with indoor use, it's also safe for outdoor use, so you may want to use yours to help sanitize outdoor objects such as bike racks and public benches.
With one set of batteries, each Safe T Lite's UVC bulb has been designed to burn for twenty thousand hours before it burns out. As a result, even if you turn on this device and use it each and every day of the year, it may still last you for several years.
When you use this device's light, you should always be pointing it away from you, or it could actually damage your eyes. To help lessen the risk of eye damage, though, each one has an automatic shut-off function that will immediately kick in if you turn the light toward you instead of in a different direction. You'll only be able to turn the light back on again by pointing it away from your face and body.
Using this device to kill germs won't involve the use of chemicals that could damage surfaces or irritate a person's skin. Most public businesses won't get annoyed with you if you use one inside their establishment, because passing it over most objects won't cause them any harm. Plus, if you have sensitive skin, or someone in your household does, you won't have to put up with skin rashes in order to protect your home's surfaces from viruses.
If you take public transit regularly, you may find it incredibly helpful to have a Safe T Lite in your bag or pocket when you get on. Surfaces in buses and trains can be a cesspool for germs, since hundreds or thousands of people may be touching these surfaces each day, but they're often cleaned only once a day. When you hop on your bus or train, however, and you want to sit on a seat or grab onto a handle, you can simply pass your portable, germ-destroying UVC light over it first.
Along the same lines, packages that arrive in the mail are often touched by many hands throughout the course of their journey. Therefore, it's a good idea to turn your Safe T Lite on and pass it over every square inch of any package you receive in the mail. Once you've done that, it'll be much safer for you to open the package up, and to give yourself even more comfort, you may want to sanitize the item inside with light, too.
This particular light has been designed to sanitize inanimate objects only. You shouldn't be using it to sanitize family members, friends, or pets, and it may even damage plants if you were to use it to sanitize them. If you want to sanitize a person's clothes, shoes, or eyewear, you'll need to wait until they remove those things from their body in order to do so. The same goes for a collar that your dog or cat might wear outside.
If you were to decide to wash all the small objects in your household on a regular basis, such as knick-knacks and children's toys, this might take up several hours, multiple times a month. Moreover, there are some objects that can't be sanitized with soap and water, such as remote controls and smartphones. On the other hand, if you use your Safe T Lite for sanitization purposes, you'll be able to sanitize almost anything you want to in your home in as little as several minutes. Passing this device's light over each object is a much quicker thing to do than scrubbing each object clean would be.
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