A Portable Bacteria Killing Robot For Your Hotel Bed? Yes, Please & Thank-You!

Hotel rooms are chock full of germs and I know I’m not the only one who goes into a hotel room and cleans the doorknobs, light switches, remote control, cabinet handles, drinking glasses, etc.

You can’t clean the bed, though. And you may definitely want to. I mean, look at this…

So as you can see, yeah…the bed may look clean. But is it? You may not know. And it’s not like you’re always going to want housekeeping to change the sheets upon your arrival, so you can watch to ensure it’s really been done.

Enter Cleansebot.

CleanseBot is a smart robot with artificial intelligence and 18 built in sensors. It uses four UV-C lamps to get rid of 99.99% of germs, bacteria and dust mites on pretty much any surface.

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Patent-pending and pocket sized, CleanBot began as a Kickstarter in November 2018 with a $3000 goal and wound up with nearly 10,500 pledges totaling over $1,100,000.

The Kickstarter ended in January but they still have a few hundred CleanseBots available for introductory rate purchase prices available. It’s available on Indiegogo, if you want to check it out.

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