The Electrolux HandCleaner Promises Precision Sanitization

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 2, 2013 • References: coroflot & yankodesign
The designer of the Electrolux HandCleaner begins by explaining all of the problems with the most common methods of disinfecting dirty hands. Washing them involves a great deal of water and your relocation to the bathroom, while sanitizing gel is often harmful. This product is a battery-powered device that proposes a way to do a much more thorough job of cleaning your palms and fingers that promises to be good to your skin.

√Črik Gurski Lima's handheld gadget is compact enough to be carried around in a bag or even a pocket. Touch the button on top to activate it; the plasma gas within will be emitted and begin to mix with the appropriate chemicals in the air. The Electrolux HandCleaner zaps one hand at a time, sanitizing itself between each use. Stats for Finger-Disinfecting Devices Trending: Older & Average
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