Have You Cleaned Your
sanitizers kill 99.9% of the germs that simple rinsing leaves behind
Odds are good that you clean your silverware, cups, plates,
and bowls – almost anything that goes into your mouth or touches something that
does – after every use. Why not your toothbrush?
Unlike most of the other things you put in your mouth every
day, your toothbrush has tightly packed bristles which form nooks and crannies
that hold on to moisture, forming a perfect sanctuary for germs that cause
illnesses like flu, cold, and diarrhea.
Bacteria are introduced into your toothbrush in many ways.
Some come from your own mouth, others are airborne, and still more sail to your
brush on water droplets launched form the toilet when you flush. However they
get there, you can bet that once they’ve found your toothbrush, the germs are
there to stay.
If left unchecked these bacteria will multiply, filling your
brush with colony after colony of potentially disease causing germs. By the
time you are ready to toss out your brush you could be putting thousands, if
not millions, of bacteria in your mouth every time you brush.
Violife sanitizers use the same ultraviolet technology
found in hospitals and high end water purification systems to hit the germs
where they live – in your toothbrush. The UV rays penetrate areas that you
simply can’t reach when running your brush under the tap, then safely and
effectively obliterate 99.9% of disease causing germs.
You could disinfect all the brushes in your house by hand
after every use, but that takes time. You could put your brushes in the
dishwasher, and spend even more time removing the gooey nuggets that become
lodged in the bristles. Or, you could use Violife.
Simply place your brush into the Violife container. The
germicidal UV bulb will slowly eliminate the germs on your brush over the
course of several minutes before shutting off automatically, saving you time
and energy costs. The next time you need your brush it will be there, fresh,
clean, and ready to go.