VIOlight uses UV to kill germs on your mobile

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People think nothing of holding a mobile phone to their mouth despite the fact most have more germs per square inch than doorknob or toilet seat.

But now - hoping this statistic will scare us - a device has been launched which promised to kill 99.9% of germs and bacteria on phones and other gadgets.

The VIOlight is a £30 gadget cleaner which is said to decrease the number of E. coli, salmonella, listeria, and H1N1 virus germs on your phone.

It works by zapping your MP3 player, mobile phone or earbuds with a blue-violet light from a germicidal UV bulb for around three minutes.

However, we can see a problem, once our phones and other small gadgets are clean, how do we clean the germ infested bigger ones… like our new VIOlight?
A spokesperson for VIOlight said: "Our goal is to help make people's lives healthier with every product we develop.

"Consumers can now utilise the same UV technology used to clean their toothbrushes for their cell phones and other small electronics devices they use every day."

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