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Verilux CleanWave UV-C Sanitizing Wand

  • Currently on back order until Feb 2016
  • Hand held UV light wand kills 99.9% of viruses that cause colds and flu
  • Eliminates 99.9% of bacteria and mold
  • Great for Bed Bug Prevention
  • Easy to use everywhere
  • Eliminates Dust Mites
  • Kills E.coli, MRSA, Influensa A (H1N1)


Item #: DL1818
This product has been discontinued.

There is no such thing as a home environment that is too clean when you are sensitive to harmful allergens, environmental toxins, germs, virus and bacteria that can make you sick in what seems like a dozen ways. That is why the CleanWave UV-C Sanitizing Wand uses the same technology employed by hospitals to rid your bedding and household environment of 99.9% of common and exotic health risks, including mold, E.Coli, MRSA, Influenza A (H1N1).

How does it work? The light emitted by the UV-C Sanitizing Wand neutralizes the genetic material of viruses and bacteria, rendering them helpless and unable to invade your system and cause illness. The UV-C wand kills germs in 20 seconds and requires no training to learn to use. Just direct the light over the area you want to disinfect, and the light does the work for you. At a weight of only 1.5 pounds, the UV-C Sanitizing Wand works without tiring out your arms. The CleanWave may not give you all the powers of a Star Wars Jedi knight, but in the battle of good and evil in your home at least, the force will truly be with you. Switch on the sanitizing wand and the disinfectant light works on all surfaces and household items. The light penetrates deeply into bedding and clothing and shuts down contaminations on kitchen counters, bathrooms or any other surface that could be ripe with sources of infection and a breeding ground for germs or allergens. It even kills unwanted visitors like bed bugs and dust mites.

The ergonomic non-slip handle is easy to hold and the wand measures 2.5"D x 20.75"L with a 6" long Germicidal UV-C lamp and programmable timer. The UV-C bulb rated for 6-8,000 hours (essentially lifetime use) and works on rechargeable battery or an AC adapter (included). The unit comes with a one-year manufacturer's warranty. The UV-C disinfector light and provides effective coverage even on broad surface areas. The light emitted from the sanitizing wand is completely safe for use anywhere in the home, and the treatment is 100% chemical free so there are no trace contaminants left behind as you disinfect any surface or material.  You can rest easy knowing the Sanitizing Wand has its own automatic shut-off to conserve battery life. The CleanWave UV-C Sanitizing Wand delivers the same disinfecting power used by hospitals so that you can disinfect your home.

CleanWave UV-C Sanitizing Wand Specification

  • Uses the same technology hospitals use
  • Totally chemical free
  • Eliminates 99.9% of bacteria and mold
  • Great for Bed Bug Prevention
  • Eliminates Dust Mites
  • Kills E.coli, MRSA, Influenza A (H1N1)
  • Completely safe
  • Works on bedding, clothing, kitchen counters, bathrooms or anything else
  • Kills germs in only 20 seconds
  • Automatic shut-off to conserve battery life
  • Programmable timer
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs. 
  • Size: 2.5"D x 20.75"L
  • Ergonomic non-slip handle
  • Has a 6" long Germicidal UV-C lamp
  • UV-C bulb rated for 6-8,000 hours (essentially lifetime use)
  • Works on rechargeable battery or an AC adapter (included)
  • One year manufacturer's warranty

What is UV-C?

UV-C is part of the Ultra-violet light spectrum that is filtered out by the earth's atmosphere. The "C" stands for the particular frequency of UV light that kills germs

Why is UV-C so effective at destroying germs?

UV-C light is highly effective at penetrating thin-walled germs like viruses and bacteria. The light alters the genetic structure of the germs and they die.

Is UV-C harmful?

Prolonged exposure (i.e. eight hours) to UV-C light can create eye irritations.

Why is UV-C used in hospitals to sanitize?

Hospitals use UV-C light technology to kill germs in the air and on surfaces. UV-C has been proven to kill up to 99.9% of germs that cause: influenze, strep throat, colds, staph infections and tuberculosis. UV-C has been proven to kill germs that are drug-resistant and usefull for Bed Bug control.

Is this new technology?

No. UV-C has been used to kill germs for almost 100 years. The first usage was in France in 1909 to disinfect their waste system. This technology is still used today in hospitals, commercial buildings and custom homes to kill germs.