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Forget soap, wash your hands with plasma gas

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2010

Soap has had it’s day and done it’s job admirably, but it may soon be dead. Plasma-gas filled boxes are here for all of your hand washing needs. Several laboratories are working on the technology. Turns out that bathing your hand in room-temperature plasma gas will kill even industrial grade bacteria like MRSA. It’s good for athlete’s foot too.

Hospitals are where they will show up first. Doctors and nurses could kill off bacteria, viruses, and fungi in just four seconds. Forget scrubbing. There are already some prototypes that are portable and wall-mounted, and they can cost as little as $100 to build.

Vioguard Self-Sanitizing Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on October 12th, 2009

Vioguard Self-Sanitizing KeyboardGerms. They’re everywhere. They make us sick. So we don’t blame you if you’re overly worried about the little buggers and find yourself washing your keyboard. What concerns us is that you do it ten times a day. Get a grip man.

Vioguard’s new UVKB50 self-sanitizing keyboard should help you feel better about the cleanliness of your keyboard. It sports a proximity detector which lets the freshly sanitized keys slide out for your use. It slides back in once you are done, to get sterilized with anti-bacterial ultraviolet light.

Aquavac gets rid of kitchen towels

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on July 10th, 2008

Aquavac gets rid of kitchen towelsApparently much of the food poisoning and disease that spread around your kitchen do so because of nasty germs living on your kitchen towels. It makes sense. It’s a nice moist environment for breeding.

Student designer Paul Oxley has come up with something that may stop this phenomenon dead. He didn’t throw in the towel, so to speak. The Aquavac. It’s is a small countertop wet vac, which lets you suck up spills into it’s container rather then wiping them up. You can also use it to dry your hands. Germs will be in the Aquavac, not in your kitchen. Pretty simple and great idea.

Hands free flushing with the Foot Flush

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2008

Hands free flushing with the Foot Flush
Even the cleanest bathroom has invisible nasties lurking around every corner. Whether you are a germophobe or not, it would only help matters if there were some way to flush the toilet without actually touching that bacteria ridden cesspool. There is! Time to put the peddle to the metal bathroom tile, with the Foot Flush. “Changing the world one step at a time”.

For $20, you will never have to flush by hand, ever again. It hooks to the flushing mechanism in your toilet bowl. Take that toilet! After years of your sweet caress on it’s jiggly handle, it will now be touched less then Rosie O’Donell in a room full of female Tennis players.

Raycop vac kills germs & bugs, looks alien

Posted in Vacuum by Conner Flynn on February 26th, 2008

Raycop vac kills germs & bugs, looks alien
The Raycop vac looks like a weird alien stealth ship. This is the mothership that slowly approaches the carpet, casting a long, slow moving shadow that puts fear into bugs and germs. It‘s the Raycop anti-bacterial vacuum, now available in the U.S. and ready to shine it’s ultraviolet light on all anything small and nasty. This thing means business, with a 360-beat-per-minute vibrator that can shake all those mites and germs loose from the fibers they cling to.

Those creepy things invading your home will be dead in no time. It will set you back $250, but knowing that tiny germs are living out a Spielberg movie and getting sucked up by your vacuum mothership? Priceless.