Is Marriott clean? Are sheets in Hilton hotels clean? Is Hyatt safe to sleep in? These are some of the popular questions amongst travelers. The answer is that nobody knows for sure. However, if you are afraid of hotel bedsheet germs, there is an AI robot that you can get to help disinfect your bed. This device is called the CleanseBot, and it moves around on your bed to kill bacteria.
CleanseBot Kills 99.99% of E.coli in Hotels Like in Marriott, Hilton, and Hyatt
The AI robot, CleanseBot, might literally be a lifesaver for some people. According to an independent third party that tested the device, the CleanseBot killed 99.99% of E.coli. Thus, it shows that this is a very effective device.
If you have a weak immune system and you need to travel, you might need to disinfect your hotel surroundings. According to CBC Marketplace, hotels tend to have huge amounts of bacteria. Additionally, the dirty sheets you sleep in at night might need some extra cleaning.
CleanseBot can sanitize all hotel surfaces and can use its UV-C light to help prevent airborne viruses from spreading. With 18 sensors, the device can move around on hotel surfaces by itself. Thus, you can run it on your hotel bed for a certain amount of time, such as 30 or 60 minutes. It also has 4 UV-C lamps that, according to many studies, can help prevent airborne viruses from spreading.
AI Robot Raised over $1 Million
In fact, people believe in CleanseBot so much that the project has raised over $1M USD. This means that the project is funded at almost 40,000% of its initial goal.
One Super Early Bird device costs $99 USD. So, it is not the cheapest of devices. But, who cares about the price, when it can eliminate almost all of the bacteria in your travel room?
This device can be great as a gift. You can get it as a present for your traveling friends, your aging parents, or someone who is sick. You can also show them the study results of the device, which prove that the device is very effective at killing hotel germs. It shows that you care about their health.