Clean the unseen
RayCop is the only UV-C sterilization cleaner that kill 99% bacteria and eliminate 93.5% of dust mites on beds, linens, and other fabrics. RayCop has been proven to deactivate the H1N1 Influenza virus even with less than 2 seconds exposure.
Cleans deep into fabrics, can be used on:
Raycop use a patented three-step cleaning and filtration process. First, a vibrating pad shake dust mites and allergens free from fabric. Then a high-quality UV-C sterilization lamp helps eliminate bacteria. Finally a powerful motor vacuums up any dust and remnants, while a HEPA filter ensures that they cannot escape back into the room.
Proven reliable and Effective:
· Triple Protection UV-C light
· Auto Lock
· Safety Sensors UV-C light
· Safety lock / anti-lock system
· control overheating system
Japan’s Tokyo Allergy Research Center found that Raycop decreased the number of dust mites by 93.1 percent after 15 minutes of exposure, While many peopie believe that exposure to sunlight kills dust mites, the center showed exposure to six hours of direct sunlight only dereased the dust mite population by 3.8 percent.
Raycop has also been shown to counteract the H1N1 Influenza A virus. The Japan Food Research Laboratories found that Raycop began to kill influenza after less than two seconds of exposure.
Every night you share your bed with 1.5 to 2 million dust mites. Their waste contains a powerful allergen that can cause itchy skin, burning eyes, coughing and sneezing. If you suffer from asthma or other respiratory problems these symptoms can be even worse.
The average Brit´s bed contains millions of dust mites, which thrive on the humid conditions and feast off the particles of dead skin that we shed every day (we shed around two to three pounds of skin every year).
The weight of the average mattress doubles after ten years due to dust mite infestation. Ten percent of the weight of a two year old pillow can be composed of dead mites and their droppings
During its 80 day lifespan, the average dust mite produces about 1,000 allergenic waste particles. These contain a powerful allergen that can cause irritation and a particular trigger for allergy sufferers.
A dust mite is smaller than a grain of sand. Dust mite populations increase rapidly; each egg-laying female can increase the population by 25 or 30 new mites per week.
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