Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

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PhoneSoap Safety

Is PhoneSoap safe for my phone?

Yes, PhoneSoap is completely safe for your phone. PhoneSoap doesn't use water or chemicals – it uses UV-C light. UV light kills germs but doesn't harm you or your device. This light is completely safe for anything you place inside – except germs.

Its UV light is completely safe for your gadgets. UV light can potentially cause damage with continuous, prolonged exposure to plastic. However, it would take many continuous hours of exposure to have this effect. When you close the top of PhoneSoap Charger, the UV lights will turn on for 10 minutes and automatically shut off when done. This is more than enough time to completely sanitize your phone and kill all the germs, but it is never enough time to damage your gadgets. You can feel confident your phone is safe inside, but the germs are not!

Is PhoneSoap safe for hospitals?

Yes! Hospitals and healthcare locations all over the country use PhoneSoap to stop the spread of illness-causing bacteria carried by smartphones and tablets. The UV-C light technology inside PhoneSoap was first used to sterilize environments like hospitals. PhoneSoap is used in nursing stations, waiting rooms, NICUs, and many other types of medical facilities. Learn more here.

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