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PhoneSoap uses a UV sanitizing system to keep your phone bacteria-free

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Did you know that your smartphone harbors eighteen times the number of germs on the handle of a public toilet? Well, you do now, and that's as scary a thought as you think it is.
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Did you know that your smartphone harbors eighteen times the number of germs on the handle of a public toilet? Well, PhoneSoap claims that, and some research on my part tells me there's actually substance to it.

Now I'm scared.

The people over at PhoneSoap claim to have made something that spares you all of the inconveniences that may come with handling something more contaminated than the flush in a public restroom. Their product, PhoneSoap (surprise), supposedly uses a UV sanitizing system to, you know, sanitize your phone.

Usually, at this point I'd go into detail on why this may be a gimmick—or just an all-around terrible purchase—but I can't seem to find anything actually wrong with PhoneSoap. There's not much of a learning curve in using it, and it isn't overly elaborate or inconvenient. The only question I can raise on this is: Does it actually work?

If PhoneSoap does what it claims to do—kill germs in five minutes—then it's as useful a product as any other out there. It may also come in handy for those suffering from mite infestations, as UV-C has been proven to kill microorganisms on that scale.

You could also, of course, wipe down your phone with bleach and a detergent, but really, why ever would you do that?

You can get PhoneSoap for US$49.99 here.

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Ricci Rox
Ricci Rox - Senior Tech Writer - 1974 articles published on Notebookcheck since 2017
I like tech, simple as. Half the time, you can catch me writing snarky sales copy. The rest of the time, I'm either keeping readers abreast with the latest happenings in the mobile tech world or watching football. I worked as both a journo and freelance content writer for a couple of years before joining the Notebookcheck team in 2017. Feel free to shoot me some questions on Twitter or Reddit if it so tickles thine fancy.
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Ricci Rox, 2017-08- 6 (Update: 2017-08- 7)