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Can UV light wands actually disinfect your Airbnb? An expert explains.

Andrea Armani
Airbnb needs people to feel safe. Since the coronavirus pandemic started, the company added new cleaning guidelines and a 72-hour buffer between stays.

Still, with more than 4.9 million coronavirus cases recorded around the world, people are understandably paranoid about staying in a stranger's home.

That's probably why you've seen ads for UV light products online, like wands that promise to kill viruses and bacteria. But just how effective are they?

The basics: UVA and UVB vs. UVC

UV light wandUnlike UVA and UVB, UVC is absorbed completely by the atmosphere.
There are several kinds of UV light, explained Andrea Armani, a professor of chemical engineering and material science at the University of Southern California.  Read more…More about Airbnb, Uv Light, Disinfectant, Coronavirus, and Uvc

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