Use Plasma Gas to Clean Hands and Kill Germs

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Feb 15, 2010   Updated: Jun 23 2011 • References: nytimes & dvice
MRSA and Athlete's Foot are pesky germs that just seem to stick around no matter how hard you clean yourself. Plasma gas is an effective way to kill germs, even drug-resistant strains.

Plasma gas isn't something to be taken lightly, but this little black box offers a controlled environment in which to place your hands and clean even the hard-to-reach places (including under the nails) in under four seconds.

Implications - With the recent global pandemic scares, consumers are increasingly concerned with the spreading of germs and viruses and are taking extraordinary measured to protect themselves against the dangers of these illnesses. Companies whose products are centered around sanitization, the killing of bacteria and virus protection are at the peak of consumer interest, especially for concerned parents with children. Stats for Black Box Hand Cleaners Trending: Older & Mild
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