Anti-Microbial Medical Grade Mesh Trio Bag Set
RESIST BACTERIA AND MICROBE GROWTH!
SterileLight's anti-microbial medical grade material resists the growth of bacteria and microbes creating a safe barrier. Regardless of where you place your mesh trio bags throughout the day, rest assured they won't transfer bacteria and microbes.
Our products have been independently tested and meet international standards AATCC TM30
Highest Quality Design & Construction
Set of 3 Mesh Bags in Varying Sizes enable you to view the contents
Grab and Go Convenience
Organize Your Small Items Simply & Securely
A convenient way to separate and organize your accessories
Set of 3 mesh bags
Top zippered closure to secure contents
High-quality mesh, strong and durable yet see-through
Rubber zipper pulls
Easy cleaning – wipes clean with a damp cloth
Constructed of antimicrobial materials
Large Mesh Bag Dimensions: 14.7” L x 9.8” H
Medium Mesh Bag Dimensions: 11.4” L x 8.7” H
Small Mesh Bag Dimensions: 9” L x 4.7” H
FABRIC AND CARE
SterileLight's anti-microbial medical grade mesh bags are made of durable 1680D ballistic polyester and other quality materials that are treated with an anti-microbial element. If soiled, use soap and water or disinfectant on a damp cloth to wipe the bag clean with no degradation to the antimicrobial component embedded into the material.
What's The Ultimate Breeding Ground For Germs? BAGS!
Guess which carries more germs?
A. Your toilet's flush handle
B. A personal handbag or accessory bag
Answer "A" sounds like the obvious answer, but it's wrong according to a recent UK study. According to Dr. Charles Gerba, a microbiologist at the University of Arizona, one third of handbags contain fecal matter.
It turns out that handbags aren't the only types of bags teeming with dangerous microbes. A recent norovirus outbreak was traced back to reusable grocery bags.
As it turns out, certain characteristics--the ability to trap moisture, keep sunlight out, among other things--make bags the ideal breeding haven for bacteria, viruses, and other microbes.
If you're a busy professional, you run the risk of bringing dangerous microbes home to your family or bringing household microbes to work--where people are already vulnerable to illness.
Antibacterial Bags Can Still Harbor Dangerous Germs
We've seen many brands of bags that tout themselves as "antibacterial" as much as possible. We're keenly aware of one important fact...most people think that "antibacterial" means that it protects against all germs.
But antibacterial bags only protect against bacteria--just one type of microbe. There are many other germs that make people sick, such as mold, fungi, and viruses. In fact, some of the toughest, most dangerous "germs" aren't bacteria at all. Take the "norovirus" that we mentioned above.
According to Dr. William Schaffner:
"Noroviruses -- which cause an estimated 21 million cases of gastroenteritis a year, some 70,000 hospitalizations and 800 deaths -- is that they’re tough bugs that can live for prolonged periods on objects and surfaces [...] they have the capacity to persist in the environment."
We've seen many brands of bags that tout themselves as "antibacterial". Did you know that most people think that "antibacterial" means that it protects against all germs?
This is why SterileLight partnered with NGM, the first company to offer anti-microbial bags to medical professionals in the world. They were designed by medical doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals because they wanted to keep their families and patients germ-free.
Here's what we focused on:
Safety. Anti-microbial (medical grade) material is woven into the bag DURING the manufacturing process. Any microbes--bacteria, viruses, mold, and all others--that come into contact with the bag will be unable to grow and quickly die.
The second is design. The bags needed to look slick and professional.
Don't risk exposing your clients, you, or your loved ones to dangerous germs.
This product was co-developed with NGM and is licensed exclusively for SterileLight.