Keeping our homes and working places ‘germs-clean’ is very important these days. Especially if someone from our family or work recently suffered an illness. A key responsibility right after getting them healthy is preventing the illness from spreading to others.
UV light is totally safe for the environment and bad for germs. It is known that UV light is used for air and surface disinfection in hospitals, care homes and laboratories.
How it works? Pathogens & bacteria are much smaller than human cells, so UVC light can reach their DNA and kill them. It can even neutralize “superbugs” that have developed a resistance to antibiotics.
When the sterilization is completed, the ozone can be quickly oxidized and decomposed without residual and secondary pollution, which will not cause harm to human body.
But on the end we must also mention one warning:
The World Health Organization released a warning in March stating that “UV lamps should not be used to sterilize hands or other areas of skin as UV radiation can cause skin irritation.”
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