PurLite Home is an all-in-one sanitizing system backed by patented technology and independent lab studies. It uses UV-C light to effectively sanitize a wide range of common household items. PurLite Home’s unique bristled loading door has special brushes which removes dust and debris, as dust will decrease efficacy of the sanitization process. PurLite harnesses the power of UV-C light to create a complete sanitizing solution that you can use in any room of your home with a wide variety of personal products from mobile phones to baby pacifiers and more.
Proven Lab Results
Significant lab testing proved that PurLite Home eliminated 99.9% of Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhimurium, Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans on glass and rubberized surfaces after only 30-seconds inside PurLite Home.
Kills 99.999% of bacteria and viruses
Uses UV-C light to kill bacteria and virus instead of chemicals or other liquids making it safe for everyone to use.
30 Second Cycle Time
Chemical free disinfecting in 30 seconds for fast and worry free use for home.
Large capacity for the ability to disinfect an array of items
Able to disinfect phones, sunglasses, toys, remote controls, gaming controllers, keys and more. Internal capacity of 10.5" x 2.75" x 3"
Full 360° disinfecting
Unlike other similar devices, PurLite uniquely covers 100% of the object with UV-C light.
Patented brush system to remove surface dust and debris
Removes any dust and debris stuck on your item prior to placing it into PurLite.
Cavity size is ample. What took me back was things I read on website about the bulbs having to possibly be replaced after 4 months or so along with the cradle (sold as a package at a cost of around $50). The brush that you can force objects through to "clean" off dust seems pointless for things like masks and phones. Although it says it good for killing multiple types of germs, Covid-19 has not been tested and when I contacted the manufacturer, I never received a reply. May be returning this, as I have an ionizer that does just as much, if not more at a cost of $100.
I bought two units during one day sale then found it’s really not practical with two problems: 1. The unit is really bulky but can only accommodate small items like cell phones or eye-glasses, plus plastic film inside is really flimsy that I doubt if it’ll hold up the long-term carriage. 2. The sanitation time is really short, less than one minute, which is much less than most other competitors on the market. I don’t even brother opening the 2nd unit But just returned both. Not recommend.
A:AnswerYes, you can sanitize pens in the device. You can also safely sanitize your phone, remote, car keys, sunglasses, small toys even your toothbrush, just to name a few! Sanitize your disposable or reusable face masks as well!
UV-C safely sanitizes product with Light! UV-C light is a germicial agent that kills common household bacteria and viruses.
UV-C light has been used in hospitals to safely and effectively sanitize items and surfaces for over 30 years!
It is a great chemical free way to help keep your family healthy!!
A:AnswerThey are available on the Purlite website ( https://purlite.com/products/replacement-uv-c-bulbs-and-film-kit). It is only sold as a kit w/ 2 replacement bulbs & a replacement film cartridge for $49.99 regular price but they do sometimes have sales.
A:AnswerYes, you can! :) And you can fit more than 1 mask at a time. Pretty much anything that you can fit into the device, you can clean. We've used it for our masks, keys, cell phones, sunglasses, gloves, TV remotes, etc.