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.
Érik 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.
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