High-Tech Cleaning Gadgets for Your Home
Innovative manufacturers revealed their new products at CES 2022 – the largest consumer tech show in the world. In particular, Molly Maid found 3 high-tech products that will set the course for the upcoming year. Here’s what we’re excited about.
RAINSTICK SHOWER (Innovation Award Recipient 2022)
The goal of the RainStick Shower is noble. Most people don’t realize the amount of water wasted for daily showers, but it’s a real concern. The RainStick Shower aims to reduce this waste with a WIFI-enabled circular shower that saves 80% water and up to 80% energy while doubling the flow. The RainStick’s innovative shower system recycles the water by taking what goes down the drain, filters it through a 3-stage process that removes large hair and debris, and uses UV-LED light to eliminate bacteria and viruses. The energy and water savings over a 5-year period add up to $500-$700!
BONA BV351AA ROBOT VACUUM (Innovation Award Honoree 2022)
Robot vacuums have been on the market for awhile, but the Bona BV351AA is state of the art. Stylish and simple in appearance, it can also sterilize via UV. It will keep your home healthier by eliminating microbes and other germs unseen to the naked eye. With its A.I. (artificial intelligence) recognition and TOF (time of flight) technology, this laser navigating robotic vacuum has stronger obstacle avoidance ability. Less bumping noises and scuffs thanks to its ground-breaking automatic elevating design that enables the robot to react like a human in complex and diverse environments.
TARGUS UV-C-LED DISINFECTION LIGHT (Innovation Award Honoree 2021)
Cleaning electronics with soap and water is not advised. Yet, experts claim they are some one of the dirtiest items we use. Some studies found 3,000 bacteria per square inch on computer keyboards and another 1,600 on the average computer mouse. So, how do you keep your keyboard, cell phone and other gadgets clean? Introducing the Tagus UV-C LED Disinfection Light now available online. Designed to stand on your desktop, the AC-powered light incorporates UV-C LED and automation technology that runs for 5 minutes, every hour, to break down the DNA of microorganisms.
While not available in-store yet, these innovations are sure to hit shelves soon.
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