Avoiding illness with disinfectant and UV air purifiers

Ever since there has been sickness being spread around, I have been avoiding going out in public unless absolutely necessary.

Some of these rare trips include buying pet food, buying groceries and having my car repaired.

Other than that, I have been staying at home. My workplace was closed down due to the virus, and I’m not sure if I still have a job, but thankfully, I have enough money to last me for a few more months, and hopefully the virus will have died down by then. In one of the trips I made while out of the house, I decided to buy some disinfectant. I would still like to have friends and family come over, and this way I can still practice safety, but be able to talk to my loved ones without worrying. Even though I’m sure disinfectant is enough, a small part of me still worries about the virus surviving. This is when I decided to research other ways to avoid getting sick. Introducing the UV air purifier. A UV air purifier is exactly what it’s name is, an ultraviolet ray that is able to kill bacteria that is in the air, and thus, cleansing your air of any bacteria or germs. It’s amazing what technology can do nowadays, and I couldn’t help but to be fascinated by the UV air purifier. I wanted to try this new fancy piece of technology, and looked for ways to get one. Thankfully, my HVAC company that I frequently go to, offers UV air purifier installations. The HVAC specialist would install the lightbulb directly into my HVAC unit, and that would get rid of any potential germs. I was already sold, and made an appointment for an installation this Sunday.


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