While soap and hand sanitizer might work well for cleaning hands and smooth surfaces, they don’t work so well for electronics or our modern key fobs. Here, liquid particles could interfere with the workings of electronic parts and cause them to malfunction. UV light sanitizers provide a practical solution to this dilemma, enabling the sterilization of items and surfaces that might be otherwise difficult to clean.
How do UV light sanitizers work?
Varying in shape and size, these tech gadgets use ultraviolet light to kill or neutralize airborne particles that would otherwise be harmful to humans. When used correctly, they leave behind sanitized surfaces that are free from disease-causing germs. While cleaning and disinfecting surfaces is recommended whenever possible, UV light sanitizers can be useful for those items, like your keys, that are not so easy to clean.
Coronavirus safety measures
At Good Works Auto Repair, we’ve always been committed to providing you with honest and quality auto repair services at an affordable price. In addition, our commitment to quality service also includes making sure that our shop is clean and safe for all who enter. For us, that means following CDC guidelines pertaining to the coronavirus but also going above and beyond in any way we can.
If you aren’t ready to leave home but still need to get your vehicle serviced, try out our white glove concierge service. Or, if you bring your vehicle to the shop, you can be sure that our waiting rooms and restrooms are cleaned and disinfected multiple times a day. And now, when we return your keys, you can rest easy because they’ve been sterilized with our new UV light sanitizers.