Kleantips Llc, an innovation incubator and leading product developer, announced that it launched the new Kleantips, an anti-microbial device made in the USA and designed to protect users from harmful viruses and bacteria often found in high-touch areas.
The patented anti-microbial technology utilizes a unique and proprietary blend of copper and nickel ion fabric to help prevent the spread of germs, fungi, and viruses. The small device includes a retractable keychain and easily attaches to any accessory, like a belt, purse, or your existing keychain. The technology’s soft and pliable nature means it seamlessly fits into a pocket without adding any extra bulk. Use Kleantips to open any door, hold a stylus, use with touchscreens.
“Kleantips is ideally suited to combat the spread of viruses in our growing global economy. Its versatility and ease of use allow everyday users to easily attached the devices to multiple items and take them with them every day while cutting down on the waste of disposable gloves, towels, and plastics. One small device has the potential to dramatically reduce the spread of the common cold, let alone major viruses,” stated John Trefethen, Chief Marketing Officer of Heru Ophthalmics and Co-Founder of Kleantips Llc.
Kleantips offers these devices with custom branding for corporations and healthcare institutions to better equip their staff with an everyday-carry item that will help cut down on critical members getting sick and missing vital days in the field.
About Kleantips Llc
Kleantips’ mission is to assist in the battle against the spread of germs in the global economy in which we all conduct our everyday lives. It is a globally-oriented business based out of Bellingham, Washington, USA. It develops solutions that help minimize exposure to viruses while cutting down on using one-time plastic, rubber, and paper items.