There is no lack of information on the terrifying number of bacteria which can be discovered in standard luxury hotels. These reports have been published everywhere. It has been speculated that the areas in question, such as the TV remote, bedside lamp, light switch, bathroom faucet, and countertop, are teeming with populations of microscopic creepy crawlers. Because of this, it would be prudent to think twice before reaching for any of these items. Some of these are hazardous, but the majority of them are not.
Also, you shouldn’t make the assumption that if you pay extra, you’ll get a bedroom that’s been cleaned better. There have been a lot of publications that have shown that expensive accommodations rated at four and five stars can really be worse than accommodations rated at three stars. In all actuality, having a supply of Lysol cleaning wipes on hand should be enough to get the job done. However, there is a possibility of a more suitable alternative.
The Cleansebot is the world’s first portable robot that kills microorganisms. The portable device is about the size of a pocket and has four UV-C lamps and 18 sensors already integrated into it to cleanse, disinfect, and limit the progression of airborne viruses. It is claimed that Cleansebot can remove 99.99 per cent of germs and bacteria from any surface.
The device is light and simple to operate; all you have to do is turn it on, and you’re good to go. You might also want to start with the bed you’re sleeping on. Simply place the Cleansebot in the middle of your sheets, turn it on for either 30 or 60 minutes, and then step away from the room while it works its magic. To perform this kind of cleaning, you will need to select the Under Blanket Mode option, which gives the device the ability to move around autonomously in a manner analogous to that of a robot vacuum cleaner. It will clean in both directions at the same time, including both up and down. When it is finished, set it on top of the blanket so that it can continue to clean while it is there.
In addition to this, there is a handheld model that may be used to physically clean different surfaces. This comes in handy for disinfecting a variety of items, including but not limited to toys, mobile phones, keyboards, desks, the inside of vehicles, and more. The power-bank mode is a welcome addition, as it enables you to charge any device connected to the USB-C connection using the built-in battery that has a capacity of 3700 mAh. When you’re out and about, it comes in handy.
The more modest fund-raising target of $3,000 seems like a distant memory now that the campaign still has nearly a month to go and there is almost $200,000 in the pot. The bacteria-destroying machine may be purchased for $109 or more, providing you with peace of mind while you travel. Watch the demonstration of Cleansebot in the video that may be found above.