Eric Lee, a St. Louis–based physician, says that “UV light, the type used in most common devices on the market to clean household objects, has been shown to be effective in laboratory studies at killing bacteria on computer screens, toothbrushes, and other objects. It has also been shown to affect viruses in similar ways that it affects bacteria.”
The CleanseBot 2.0 will never get stuck in the bed or fall off of a bed. The CleanseBot has 18 smart AI sensors to keep the robot going.
In your home, you can use CleanseBot 2.0 to sanitize toys for your children and pets, disinfect messy areas, and sanitize devices like cell phones, keyboards, tablets, and the interior of cars.
We have tested the CleanseBot 2.0 with an independent third-party testing center, the Guang Zhou Institute of Microbiology and the Guangzhou Testing Center of Industrial Microbiology.
The test run is called the Sterilization and Disinfection Equipment Disinfection Efficacy Appraisal Test and analyzed the efficacy of the CleanseBot on E. coli 8099.
The tests were run using the CleanseBot and recorded at UV-C strength of 1500 mu w/cm2 and UV-C wavelength of 254 nm.
The test results show that with only 30 seconds of exposure of UV-C light on the E. coli bacteria, the killing rate was greater than 99.99%.
This proves how effective the CleanseBot is!