Zap Germs Before They Zap You With A Magic Germ Wand

Whether you're travelling the globe or just stopping off at your neighborhood grocery store, you know you're going to encounter lots of strange germs.  But we also live with toxins and germs in our home environments that can cause allergic reactions and disease.  Rather than worry about them, why not zap them before they zap you?

The Pocket Sized Germ Eliminating Light is the ultimate magic wand with the ability to eliminate up to 99.9 percent of bacteria, viruses, and mold in 20 seconds.  Its UV-C light is used in hospital settings to sterilize surgical instruments, so you know it works... because no hospital is interested in law suits, right?

The UV-C light is a naturally occuring light in the rays of the sun, but in the Germ Eliminator the light is much more concentrated so it can destroy the DNA of microorganisms that carry disease and allergies almost instantly.  Battery operated, the light travels up the handle at the push of a button, and if you hold the light 3 inches from your target surface for 20 seconds, it will leave no germ behind.

Traveling?  Use your Germ Eliminator to zap those awful restroom sinks and toilet seats, and don't forget the doorknobs.  Sterilize your pillow cases in your hotel room and your tableware in restaurants.  And when you're at the market, don't forget to zap the handlebar of your grocery cart before you touch it.

The magic germ wand comes in real handy in the kitchen.  Use it to sterilize cutting boards and counter surfaces, cutting utensils, the insides of pots and pans.  Sure, you washed them, but that was ages ago!  And don't forget to sterilize your toothbrushes!

The Pocket Sized Germ Eliminating Light is only 4.5 inches long and weighs only 3 ounces... perfect to hang out in your pocket for whenever you need it.  The bulb lasts for up to 7 years and the rechargeable battery (adaptor included) lasts for 4 hours after a 2 hour charge.  From Amazon.

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Jun 23, 2009
by Anonymous

Not only would it destroy

Not only would it destroy the DNA of microbes, but it will destroy the DNA of your skin and eye cells. Not exactly something that should be in the consumer market...