UV Vault is a UV-C lightbox that's been designed to function as an at-home, medical-grade sanitization system. It looks a bit like a laptop—just a little thicker—but it's meant to be used to sanitize a wide variety of household items, such as toys, digital devices, and personal care products such as eyeglasses. When you place any group of items inside this uvc box, it's stated that it'll only take 10 minutes to kill 99.9 percent of the germs that are present on the objects.
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To get started with your UV Vault system, you'll need to open up the box. If you find that it's locked, you'll then have to push the three scrolling locks on the front of the box upward in order to gain entry.
Once your box is open, you can place a group of items that you want to sanitize inside. The box will hold four cell phones (or the equivalent), and if you've got a tablet, you'll be able to fit one of those in there. Otherwise, you may want to sanitize ID cards, tools, children's toys, and other items from your home that people often touch. It's best to spread the objects in your box out as much as possible, instead of stacking them on top of each other.
When your box is as full as you want it to be, you'll need to close the lid and push the three locks on the front of the box downward in order to lock it. After the box is locked, a 10-minute sanitizing, germ-killing cycle should start, and the blue indicator light that's next to the locks should light up to indicate that a cycle is taking place.
Once 10 minutes have passed, you'll be able to unlock your box again, open it up, and retrieve the freshly sanitized items from the inside. You'll be able to use these items as you normally would, and as for the box, you can either leave it open for the time being or start another cycle with different objects. If it's left open, it won't emit any sanitizing light.
Each UV Vault contains two powerful UVC lights that are capable of killing germs, bacteria, and viral matter. When your UV Vault is turned on, these lights will illuminate the box's reflective interior, and create what looks like a web of germ-destroying light. Due to this web effect, the light will be able to pass over the front and back of each object that you've placed in the lightbox. While doing so for 10 minutes straight, it'll kill 99.9 percent of the germs that are present on these surfaces and make the items extremely safe for use again.
This vault is safe for people who use it since the lights that turn on inside will only do so when the box is locked. Therefore, they'll never shine into people's eyes, which is something that can potentially cause damage. This box is also safe for objects since you can put virtually any small item inside (including remote controls or something that a baby will chew) without running the risk of disrupting how it works.
The UV Vault has a blue indicator light that will automatically turn on when a 10-minute sanitization cycle is happening, and turn off when the cycle is done. As a result, you can pay attention to the light and only unlock and open your box after it has gone out. That way, you'll know that the objects inside the box have gone through a full sanitization process, as opposed to just a partial (and perhaps less effective) one.
Every one of these vaults comes with a three-port USB charging station that you can use to charge your vault if its battery power ever gets down to nil. You'll be able to determine when this has happened since the UVC lamps inside won't light up without battery power. If you'd like to, you can also use this charging station to charge other devices.
An alternative to using a sanitizing lightbox is to use wipes that are covered in chemicals or a spray-on chemical sanitizing solution. However, there are drawbacks to both of these options: reusable wipes will create a lot of trash, sprays may stuff you up, and chemicals, in general, can transfer potentially damaging toxins to some small objects. On the other hand, the UVC light within your vault won't expose you or your possessions to toxicity that could cause harm. This light can also be considered easy on the environment, as using it for sanitization purposes won't create waste.
Many people are wearing non-medical cloth masks to help protect themselves and others from the Coronavirus and other germs, but a mask that's not clean isn't of much use. To ensure that your mask is always clean when you leave the house in it, you should sanitize it with your lightbox each time you arrive home with it on. After you do so, you can simply leave it in the lightbox, which can remain ajar, and then you'll have a super-clean mask to wear the next time you leave the house.
Using this lightbox won't require electricity, so you'll be able to place it virtually anywhere, without being concerned about whether there's an available electrical outlet nearby. As long as you use the included USB charging station to charge it regularly, it'll keep offering you 10-minute sanitization cycles for many months.
If your highest priority is sanitizing your clothing after you've been out in public, you may be disappointed to find out that each UV Vault is too small to hold large garments. The only pieces of clothing it'll comfortably accommodate are very small ones, such as socks or mittens. To quickly sanitize other garments, such as your winter jacket or pants and sweaters, you'll need to try and find another effective procedure.
The UV Vault can be placed anywhere inside the home, but the most ideal place to put it is beside your front door. If you place it there, you can transfer things from the outside world (like keys and sunglasses) into the box immediately, before they can come in contact with other objects or surfaces in the home. Similarly, if you use your back door or a side door to enter your house more often than you use your front door, you should opt to place the lightbox beside that alternative door instead.
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