Our passion at Purely Products runs a twin track. We are focused on meeting the unstoppable groundswell for responsible products for responsible living as we fulfill our heart’s mission to help children in need.Pure and simple, small actions with the right heart can make.
I was sent the Pocket Purifier for a review. I was so excited for the Pocket Purifier to come in, I was checking my mail daily in anticipation! I have heard of The Pocket Purifier before on other blogs, so I was really intrigued to see what it was all about.Let’s be honest. The world is a filthy germ-infested place. No matter what you do, you can never fully protect yourself from all the germs that surround you. Think about it. Do you ever put your purse on the floor? That is always where I put my purse down and it grosses me out just thinking about all the bacteria growing on the bottom of my bag. Yuck.The Pocket Purifier has an ultraviolet light, incorporated with nanotechnology, which kills 99.9% of germs that cause the flu, and colds. It also kills e-coli, salmonella, mold, fungus and MRSA staph! Talk about powerful things in small packages.
It’s so easy to use. Just flip the switch to Purifier and hold the light over the area you want to purify and hold in place for 10-15 seconds. It’s great and there are so many places you can use it. I have used it over cutting boards, purses, keyboards (gross, can you think of off the germs on your keyboard right now?), sinks and utensils, fridge handles, cell phones, strollers, cribs, pacifiers…the list certainly goes on and on.
Did you know?
Desktops have almost 21,000 germs per square inch, phones more than 25,000 per square inch (compared to only 49 per square inch on toilet seats). Pocket Purifier™ has a built-in germicidal UV-C lightbulb that deactivates the DNA of bacteria, viruses and other pathogens, destroying their ability to multiply.One last thing I would like to add Purely Products believes in social responsibility and the company donates a percentage of all Purely Products sales to www.diaperlove.org, a non-profit that provides diapers to children in need.
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