SARSv2 protection gear from Schanitize (sister company to Schiit)

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  1. Thad E Ginathom

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    Is it good with asymmetrical polygonal butt plugs? Compatible with sharp edges and points? This guy is wondering. (Thanks to @netforce (profile post)).
     
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    Sorry to divert away from saucy buttplugs, but thought I'd share that I got my order of masks and a UV sanitizer. FWIW, the box of the sanitizer says 30 sec, 99.9% effective. I am assuming that is just the small area it covers, so it would definitely take a lot of patience to be thorough. At the price purchased, no real regrets (on an interesting aside, apparently only Seiko lume responds well to this nm range). Masks are 3 layer melt blown, so standard procedure masks. The box mine came in has CE and ISO certified markings. Best price available that I have found that aren't mystery masks from Aliexpress. Thank you Schanitize for providing this option. (and thank you @schiit for letting this separate company operate out of your address).
     
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    Yes, a device like that would have to be held right against the surface it was disinfecting, so it wouldn't expose much area.

    Not that it really matters, since I'll bet anything that it says "up to" 99.9%, which wouldn't be untrue even if it only killed 10% -- or zero. And do they say exactly what it's effective against, and under what conditions?

    Anyway, even if it did achieve 99.9%, that would still mean that a thousand organisms out of every million would be unaffected and viable. For comparison, the FDA's medical sterilization requirement is for no more than one out of a million to survive. I don't think anyone expects that level of cleanliness, but I do think the manufacturers would sell a lot fewer UV wands if they accurately rephrased their marketing to say "guaranteed to leave your surfaces more than 1000 times filthier than a hospital operating room".
     

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